Advanced Wreck Course. PADI TecRec Distinctive Speciality Instructor/Diver.

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Advanced Wreck Course.  PADI DSAT TecRec Tec Distinctive Specialty Instructor Training Course.  Diver level also trained.

I only give this Instructor Outline/Guide to candidates who are able to complete my course.  The Advanced Wreck Course is for Tec Deep or Tec Trimix Instructors who want to teach their tec students how to go in wrecks safely.  The min. level needed to start the Advanced Wreck Course as a student is Tec 45 Diver.  The standardised PADI Wreck Diver Specialty has four dives, with the first three dives outside a wreck and the last one either inside or not.  The Advanced Wreck Course has a far wider scope.  This course is done in either back mounted doubles (twinset) or sidemount.  The focus is on safe penetration, with emphasis on, among other things.

  • Restrictions.
  • Gas management.
  • Line drills.
  • Light drills.
  • Out of air drills.
  • No mask drills.
  • Touch contact drills.
  • Staging tanks.
  • Combinations of the above.


Each two months on the paradise Island of Malapascua, off Cebu, in the Philippines, I run.

  • IDC.
  • IDC Staff Course.
  • OWSI Course.
  • MSDT Prep.
  • Specialty Instructor Training Course, inc. Cavern, Sidemount, Tec Sidemount and Dry Suit.
  • Tec Instructor Course.
  • Tec Deep Instructor Course (deep air extended range).
  • Tec Trimix Instructor Course (full advanced hypoxic).
  • Tec Advanced Wreck Instructor Course.
  • Tec Advanced Wreck Student Course, which counts towards PADI Master SCUBA Diver.
  • ANDI Cave Diver Course.


I also run programmes on Koh Tao in Thailand, Bali and Worldwide.

Award-winning PADI DSAT TecRec Course Director Dan Robinson has a 100 per cent. first time pass with no make-ups success rate at the Instructor Exam.  Packages on Malapascua come with free room and free World-class deep diving with two species of thresher shark, bamboo sharks, frogfish, seahorses and pygmies.

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