Dry suit Scuba Diver (Cold
ITDA Group International offer
flexible training and use of materials options...
Flexible training means offering the student multiple options
to complete the theory for the course program. Download
for self-study, Classroom with Instructor or On-line with an
assigned tutor... The choice is yours!
Flexible training materials. The
training materials for 2**Star diver may also be used for our
Cold Water "Dry Suit" Specialist Diver rating and
also in our
ICE Diver programs.
Cold water diving holds some very serious
- Equipment failure
- Poor/Low Visibility
- Rapid Changing Conditions
- Frost bite
- Poor fiting wet or dry suits
(Seals or zips)
- Lack of awareness
If you are NOT properly trained and
prepared you could be risking your life in cold water.
2**Star Diver Benefits
There are many
benefits to completing training at this level with us...
Group 2**Star Divers may dive in resort environments but ITDA
Resort or any other agencies Open Water trained divers (Warm
Water Diver) should not dive in cold water environments, without
the proper training and equipment. As serious injury or death
strongly advise Resort or Open Water Divers who trained in
resort environments or water above 15c.To take our 2**Star Diver
2**Star Diver Training
Four (4) Confined Water Training sessions
and Six (6) Open Water Training dives are required under our New
4 Pool or Confined Water
6x Open Water Dives with 2
dives to 20m/66ft. In Limited visibility.
Water Diver Specialist Training / Environmental Hazards:
use of a Dry Suit: skills and self rescue drills
Neoprene & Membrane Suits
Suits / Woolly Bears
Accidents & Emergencies + Dry Suit Rescue Skills Self and
Limited Visibility -
Includes: Navigation, Natural & Compass Use, Line signals. +
Search & Rescue Skills
standards page here
for this program level... equal to EN/ISO and with additional,
theory,training and experience.
From 2016 CPR First Training and "Optional
Certification is available from ITDA Entry Leveldiver programs.
With an additional requirement by ITDA standards for each and
every diver to have a Pocket Mask and to know how to use it
correctly... To be used in the "Rescue" parts of the training