Instructs competent and comfortable freedivers in essential safety and problem management with a high emphasis on proper technique development, training and equipment for diving in depths up to 40 meters/132 feet. Instructors will thoroughly cover the physics and physiology of freediving along with training programs to better further the freedivers physical and mental performance.
Your knowledge of safety, rescue or problem management is limited. You’re comfortable with basic freediving and achieve depths anywhere from 6 – 30m / 20 – 99 feet with relative comfort and have a breath-hold time of around 1 minute or longer. You’re not sure of extended freediving physiology or the physics that affect you during your freedives. You have experience in Scuba, Freediving and/or Spearfishing. If so then this is the course for you! There is no prerequisit for this course but in-water comfort is a must.
Download and review the PFI medical form. If you say YES to any questions you need to get doctors approval to take part in the course. Email us if you have any questions about the medical form.
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To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive both your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.
After the completion of your course you will be mailed a certification card (usually within about 3-weeks). The level of certification you receive depends on the skills that you successfully complete during your course. This insures that future buddies, pools, boat operators, etc are able to know what level you are able to dive to and what level of safety you can provide.