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Cavern course, 2 seats available, Feb 12-14

Discussion in 'Trips and Marketplace... Cave Diving' started by kensuf, Feb 2, 2016.

  1. kensuf

    kensuf Cave Instructor

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    I'm sorry about the short notice, but I have two seats available in a Cavern course that starts on February 12th. The Cavern course I teach runs 2.5 days in length, with lecture and equipment review on the first day, and two full days of diving.

    The fee for my cavern course is a sliding scale based on the number of students. If it is a private class, the fee is $500. If two students sign up, the price is $350 per student. If three sign up, it is $300 per student. I limit the course to three students. The fee is for training and does not cover fills, admissions, gear rental, books, or certification processing fee.

    I've placed a PDF of what you can expect from the course online at http://www.divegainesville.org/files/Cavern_Diver.pdf. Typically, my cavern students finish training with a little over three hours of bottom time (180-200 minutes) over the two full diving days.

    The student currently enrolled is a college student, so even if only one person signs up it'll be a big help to her.

    Certification is through TDI.
     
  2. Doby45

    Doby45 Do I have something in my teeth?

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    I will make sure I look you up when I go to do my TDI Cavern course. I am currently SDI AOW / Nitrox with 35 dives
     

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