Our intro tech course is back! This course is perfect for the experienced diver that wants an in-depth exploration of scuba equipment. This course is for those that have a genuine interest in the various types of regulators and what goes on under the purge cover.
Each Weekend’s Plan:
The hands-on disassembly, re-assembly, and adjustment, were crucial to understanding all aspects of regulators, but especially the service technician’s perspective. You quickly realize just how much work goes into the annual service.Rolin B
[I liked] getting a better understanding of all that happens when AirTech does a repair. Happy I was able to attend this class, Shanes a great guy and very knowledgeable.Bill C
The course will be held at Airtech’s home, Gypsy Divers Aquatic Center.
Course Cost: $299
Course Limit: 6 students per session
Course Instructor: Shane Briggs
Want to sign up now?
Since we are limiting our courses to 6 people per weekend, sign up as soon as you can! If we are out of space, we’ll put your name down for either a waitlist or a new course, based on demand.
[I liked] the sharing of information around the room with a bunch of experienced divers connecting what we were learning to what we already know.Joe R
The course is designed to give you a strong working knowledge in the basic theory and application of regulators and the introduction to common scuba tools, special application tools, diagnostic, and tuning tools. This includes a typical service procedure, breakdown of typical parts, types of first and second stage regulators, diagnostic measurements, and typical sounds heard when testing equipment.
The course is followed by hands-on disassembly and assembly of different types of regulators, as well as a demonstration on testing and fine-tuning a regulator.
We recommend buying and reading through Regulator Savvy from Scuba Tools. However, this is not a requirement.
For more information on the book, please visit their site: https://www.scubatools.com/c-23-regulator-savvy-book.aspx
Not necessarily. This course does not qualify you for any certifications. To become a regulator technician, you would need to go through a certification course with each manufacture you wish to service and work for a store that is a dealer.
No. Please do not open your regulator. If you ever have any issues with your regulator, even if you believe you know the solution, bring it into a certified technician. Many manufactures will not follow through with warranties due to non-certified interference.
Our online form is a great way to provide feedback! We greatly appreciate all feedback we receive. It will help us improve the course for future students.