What is SSI level?

What is SSI level?

Free Training Recognition

Level Dives Free Recognition Rating
Level 1 4 Dives
Level 2 12 Dives Specialty Diver
Level 3 24 Dives Advanced Open Water
Level 4 50 Dives Master Diver

At what depth do you decompress?

While a safety stop is always carried out at 15-20 feet for 3 to 5 minutes a decompression stop varies based on the depth and time the diver spent at a particular depth, and that diver would perform a Deco Stop and a Safety Stop at 5m (15ft).

What does SSI in diving stand for?

Scuba Schools International
SSI stands for Scuba Schools International. It is an international organization that teaches the skills of scuba diving and freediving. It supports dive centres and resorts all over the world.

Is SSI as good as padi?

To summarize: Both PADI and SSI offer world-class diving training around the world. They both maintain high standards of practice across the globe. SSI is generally cheaper, so if you are looking for a lower price, you can do your SSI Open Water.

How do you calculate time between dives?

Surface Interval Time (SIT) must be at least 10 minutes between dives. If your SIT is less than 10 minutes, you must consider your second dive as a continuation of the first dive. NAUI recommends a SIT of at least one hour between dives. Use the next greater dive time if your dive is particularly cold or strenuous.

What is a dive table?

Dive tables are used to determine how long you can safely stay under water at a given depth, both for the initial dive and for subsequent dives. To many aspiring scuba divers, Dive Tables are scary. It seems inconceivable that they’d ever understand them, let alone become proficient in using them.

Why choose SSI for scuba diving training?

For 50 years, SSI has provided high-quality training in Recreational Scuba, Extended Range, Rebreather Diving, Freediving, Swim, and Lifeguard programs.

How many numbers are on a PADI open water scuba diver certification card?

Even the supposedly friendly PADI recreational dive planner that every student must understand before s/he successfully completes the PADI Open Water Scuba Diver course and gets the certification card contains over a thousand numbers on both sides of a small 5 x 7 inch plastic card.

Are dive computers replacing dive tables?

For most divers, yes, they have replaced the tables. Dive computers, which have been around since the 1980s, do the same thing as dive tables. They estimate nitrogen absorbed and then tell you maximum allowable underwater time (and lots of other data) on the display.