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Why do you want Steve Martin to be your DSAT Instructor Trainer..?

For those serious about becoming a technical instructor and joining the ranks of DSAT technical instructors, then why not have your training from someone who not only trains Instructors but also spends most of his time actively teaching divers to become technical divers and has years of technical dive experience backing him. Steve can travel to you and work with you and your staff to create a great Technical Diving Team and Tec Facility within your Dive Centre.

Before you can apply for your DSAT Gas Blender Instructor rating you must first meet these prerequisites:

  • At least PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certification.
  • PADI Enriched Air Instructor certification.
  • A DSAT Gas Blender certification or qualifying gas blender certification from another certification organization.

Advantages of completing the DSAT Gas Blender Instructor Course...

You might be certified to blend gas, but do you want to teach others to provide gas mixtures? If so, the DSAT Gas Blender Instructor course might be just what you’re looking for. The DSAT Gas Blender Instructor course is one of the most informative and comprehensive programs available, incorporating instructional philosophies and course goals that directly address the demanding nature of gas blending. 

Upon completion of course what criteria must be met and how long will it take..? 

You’ll learn the principles and procedures for oxygen cleaning, oxygen service and oxygen compatible air. You’ll also learn how to conduct the DSAT Gas Blender course. The Course will be run over 2 Days.

You will need to get in touch with Steve below for more in depth information on equipment requirements, required course materials and booking information...

Email me - Re: Tec Gas Blender Instructor

Calendar shows where I will be and duration of my time there. If I am in your area and you want to join a course, contact me for locations. If you see any dates free and would like me to visit your dive centre or location, drop me an email with location, course interest and possible dates.
Want to know more about how your cylinders weight changes during a dive..? Video has information on what effects the weight change and has tests showing cylinders at different air pressures during dives in salt and fresh water. It displays whether they have Negative, Neutral or Positive Buoyancy. More details found at www.sidemountscubadiving.com
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