CCR – Closed Circuit Rebreather Diver

This is an introductory course, designed so you receive knowledge and understanding of how CCR systems function and takes you to the depth of up to 30 meters. The course encompasses rebreather theory and specific theory depending on the CCR system you will use during training in this course.


Theoretical knowledge:

  • History of use, types and principles of rebreather functioning
  • Hypoxia, hyperoxia and hypercapnia
  • Getting acquainted with a rebreather
  • Dive planning
  • Problem solving
  • Procedures before, during and after the dive
  • Rebreather maintenance and storage


Practical exercises:

  • Getting acquainted with equipment and confined environment exercises
  • 6-8 dives in open waters


Course duration:

7 days

  • Theory: 16 hours
  • Confined environment exercises: 1-2 hours
  • Open water exercises and dives: 6-8 hours


Candidate prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • OWD and CSU certificate or equivalent
  • At least 500 logged dives
  • Completed medical statement (or a medical certificate not older than one year)
  • Completed liability release and assumption of risk form



Included in the price:

  • ANDI text – Recreational Diving with Closed Circuit Rebreathers, ANDI Adria decal, diploma and certification card

Not included in the price:

  • Transport to locations, equipment rental, cylinder re-fills




Enrolment is only accepted after prepayment/deposit. In the case of unauthorized absence from the course, there is no return of the deposit.