Annual Dive Review

Annual Dive Review

199.99

Designed as an organized, structured way to maintain currency in diving.

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Introduction

The Annual Dive Review is designed as an organized, structured way to maintain currency in diving.  Anyone who has been out of the water long enough to feel even the slightest bit uncomfortable should have their skills reviewed with an instructor.  At a minimum, every diver should spend some time with an instructor at least once each year.

With an Annual Dive Review, you can choose the level of review you would like, then participate in the online classroom for that class before you see your instructor.  You will then do a day of diving at the level of your Annual Dive Review.  For example if you are a Technical 2 diver taking a Technical 2 Annual Dive Review, you can do a Technical 2 dive.  If you are a recreational diver, you’ll do a dive to your current training limits.

The Annual Dive Review is a academic program followed by 1 day of diving.  Recreational annual dive reviews will generally have two dives, while technical annual dive reviews will generally have one dive.

Class Information

The Annual Dive Review academic materials are the same as those for a UTD class at the equivalent level as the Annual Dive Review.  The Annual Dive Review incorporates a review of academic materials and a day of diving to the level of the Annual Dive Review.

Class Limits

  • Same as the level of the Annual Dive Review

Requirements

  • Same as the level of the Annual Dive Review

Equipment Requirements

Prior to the commencement of the class, students should consult with a UTD representative to verify equipment requirements.  All participants are responsible for providing all equipment or for making provisions to secure all necessary equipment before the start of the class.

In general, it is better for the student to learn while using their own equipment.  However, students should exercise caution before purchasing new equipment to avoid acquiring substandard or unnecessary equipment.  Please contact us prior to making any purchases.

Sidemount Equipment Requirements

  • Cylinders: sidemount pluggable single or double cylinders with appropriate stage rigging and quick disconnects

  • Low pressure distribution system such as a Z-Distribution Block or Z-Isolator Manifold

  • Regulator system: primary second stage with a donatable 5’ or 7’ hose stowed in a wrapped fashion around the diver’s neck, and a backup second stage bungeed around the diver’s neck in a necklace fashion

  • Buoyancy compensator/trim device: rear inflation-type/wing or trim device

  • Z-System harness or equivalent

  • Depth-measuring device

  • Time-keeping device

  • Compass

  • Mask

  • Non-split fins

  • Cutting device

  • Exposure suit appropriate for the duration of exposure

  • Optional: spool with minimum 70’/21m line and a surface marker buoy

  • Optional: primary light and backup light

  • Optional: wetnotes and writing utensil

Backmount Equipment Requirements

  • Cylinders: backmount single or double cylinders

  • Regulator system: primary second stage with a donatable 5’ or 7’ hose stowed in a wrapped fashion around the diver’s neck, and a backup second stage bungeed around the diver’s neck in a necklace fashion

  • Buoyancy compensator/trim device: rear inflation-type/wing or trim device

  • Backplate and harness system

  • Depth-measuring device

  • Time-keeping device

  • Compass

  • Mask

  • Non-split fins

  • A cutting device

  • Exposure suit appropriate for the duration of exposure

  • Optional: spool with minimum 70’/21m line and a surface marker buoy

  • Optional: primary light and backup light

  • Optional: wetnotes and writing utensil


Purchasing this class does not include the online study materials which must be purchased to complete your registration for $19.95 directly from UTD International.  Upon registration, a link to register for the class and pay for the online study materials will be provided.