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Technical Diver Training & Services

OPEN CIRCUIT, CLOSED CIRCUIT & SIDEMOUNT TRAINING

CLOSED CIRCUIT REBREATHER TRAINING

Closed Circuit Rebreather Training Available on AP Diving Inspirations and VMS Sentinel Rebreathers

OPEN CIRCUIT TRAINING

All levels of Open Circuit Technical Training Catered For From Entry Level Nitrox through to High Level Technical & Trimix Courses

SIDEMOUNT TRAINING

Learn A Whole New Style of Diving, From Recreational to Technical

TECHNICAL DIVING EQUIPMENT

We Can Supply New & Second Hand Closed Circuit Rebreather From A Number Of Manufacturers. Let Us Know What You're After And We Can Ensure You Get The Right Product At The Right Price. Looking For Open Circuit Equipment? We Can Probably Help You Out With That Too.

PROJECT SUPPORT

Gas Blending In Remote Areas

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Phil Grigg Technical Diving offers a full range of Technical Diver Training & Technical Courses from Open Circuit courses for Nitrox and Trimix through to Closed Circuit Rebreather Courses.
Our goal is to provide you with the quality of training needed to make you a safe and self sufficient technical diver.

TECHNICAL DIVER TRAINING

We can offer courses for all levels of technical diver training in both Open Circuit and Closed Circuit. We can also provide Side Mount training from entry level upwards.
Interested in preparing gas mixes? We can train you in Nitrox Blending & Trimix Blending too.

TECHNICAL DIVING EQUIPMENT

Check out the main equipment that we use, recommend and teach on.  Read more about side mount configurations or research which rebreather model is best for you.  We can supply, source or recommend suppliers of most equipment, Open or Closed Circuit.

REBREATHER TRY DIVES

Did you know we offer FREE rebreather try dives at your pool or club night?
If your club meets in the Midlands Area we’ll come along to your own pool with a number of rebreathers for you to try free of charge*

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