Break out your PADI eRDPml and head to mode. Find Dive Planning and select first dive and multi-level.

Now all you have to do is enter the depth and time data from about and when you hot the last level it will give you the final pressure group designation.

The physical version of the PADI eRDPml will thankfully be phased out very soon, saving on the creation of limited use plastics and technology that can easily be replicated in any digital format.

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Although there is a third type of oxygen toxicity - ocular toxicity - the two types associated with recreational and technical diving are Central Nervous System and Pulmonary.

Monitor your Oxygen Toxicity Units and dive conservatively within the range of your gas blends and gain good quality experience when diving with new gas blends, new equipment and new environments no matter your personal experience or qualification. 

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In the Human Body Systems section of t#your EFR Instructor Manual, you'll find relevant information about the body. Cross-reference this with your EFR Participant manuals to see what action should be taken once an illness or injury has been identified.

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The diving experience for the Divemaster isn't just about the numbers. They must show experience in navigation, deep diving and diving at night too.

You can almost guarantee experience in the first two areas prior to certification as a Divemaster - they would have built significant navigation experience through the performance requirements in the PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and PADI Rescue Diver course prior to the Divemaster even starting - and they must have dived deep on both their PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and during the Deep Scenario on their PADI Divemaster course too.

The only one of the three experience requirements they may now have met before the Divemaster takes place is the night diving experience. 

PADI Divemaster are trained and certified to lead certified divers on night diving experiences and to be indirectly supervised during Night Adventure Dives and the PADI Night Diver Specialty course.

It makes complete sense then why they should have night diving experience prior to being certified as a PADI Divemaster.

Learn more about standards, their intent and their application during your PADI Divemaster and PADI Instructor Development courses. Book Now and Ignite Your Life today!

Whether you're launching a boat from shore, going surfing or planning a dive, understanding the rhythms and flow of the ocean is imperative.

Safely entering and exiting the water is very environmentally specific and you should always choose the safest and easiest way to do so.

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