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Midwest UTD Essentials July/Aug

Discussion in 'Trips and Marketplace... DIR' started by JamesMottUTD, Jul 1, 2010.

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    JamesMottUTD DIR Practitioner

    UTD Essentials of Technical Diving

    This course is designed to cultivate the fundamental techniques required by all sound technical, wreck, and cave diving practice. Essentials of Tech functions as a technical entry point for all previously certified divers and as the prerequisite for all other technical UTD classes. The course brings any certified diver the skills and understanding required of the more advanced UTD courses, focusing on precise buoyancy control, dive planning, ascent procedures, safety, and environmental awareness.

    UTD’s Essentials of Tech class continues the students’ path as a “Thinking Diver” and brings an increased awareness of the underwater environment. While preparing the diver for more advanced, technical dive training, the Essentials of Tech student will also develop excellent diving skills for use in recreational diving situations.

    Regardless of your experience level, UTD philosophy allows you to grow as a diver. Some divers are eager to begin incorporating the increased skill and academic demands of UTD but do not have the desire to become deep technical divers. This class is tailor made for a new open water diver who wants to know what skills they need to work on, or for the diver new to UTD who wants to learn more without the burden of passing a class. This class serves as an excellent introduction to UTD, and is perfect for someone who wants to start Recreational training in more advanced UTD classes.

    For more information or if you are interested in Essentials of Recreational or other UTD courses, contact James Mott.
    James Mott's Page - Unified Team Diving
    Essentials of Technical Diving - Unified Team Diving

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