PADI Advanced Freediver Course
The PADI Advanced Freediver course consists of a theoretical part where you will learn about dry training, advanced freediving techniques, and equipment among the other topics related to freediving, and a practical part consisting of two confined water sessions to improve your static and dynamic apnea techniques and three open water sessions to improve your free immersion and constant weight techniques to depths between 20-24 m.
To enroll in a PADI Advanced Freediver course you must have a PADI Freediver certification (or a qualifying certification from another freediver organization).
During the PADI Advanced Freediver course there will be some performance requirements that need to be filled to get certified and pass a small written examination at the end.
The requirements consist of making a static apnea of 2 minutes 30 seconds, a dynamic apnea of 50 m, a constant weight dive to 20 m and perform the rescue of a person simulating a blackout at 10 m with a 25 m tow on the surface.
You will be taught the correct skills and techniques to assist you in achieving these goals.
The price includes study manual, certification fees and equipment rental.