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Phat not fat!
Feb 12, 2002
Hi there,

Ben has explained this to me as the following:

the course will cover in depth discussions of Physiology, Rescue/safety/first aid procedures; and less so of PerformanceTechniques & physics. Then there will be the exams.

Most freediver courses are performance orientated - this will most definitely not be.

If you have over 1 years expereince and feel you are bright enough to pick the rest up in the lectures then give it a go!! Passing the course obviously relates to examination performance.

Hope this helps

SORRY!!! Posted this in the wrong place and cannot delete!