The Advanced Freediving Safety Course provides attendees with advanced safety training required for instructors, leaders, event safety staff, or where discipline-specific safety protocols are required.
This course lasts one day, starting with a classroom session and moving into the open water for rescue-specific drill training.
FII Advanced Freediving Safety course is for any responsible freediver and/or spearo whom is interested to bring their freediving safety & rescue skills to the next level. Besides incrasing proficiency in basic safety procedures studens will learn additional protocols used for advanced training techniques, challengin environment or various freediving styles, including competitive freediving.
This course is mandatory for all candidates wishing to enter the Freediving Instructors International (FII) professional programs.
Understanding and Application of Training Principles
Training Techniques and Skills Specific to Freediving Fitness and Performance
Dietary Needs of the Freediving Athlete
Advanced Breathing and Stretching Exercises
Advanced Freediving Technique Development
Advanced Safety Techniques for Supervision and Self Rescue (including counter ballast operations)
Deep Equalization Techniques
1-day course. Minimum 4 hours academics and 3 hours open water training.
Minimum FII Level 1 Freediver or FII Junior Freediver (if applicable) or Waterman Survival EXTENDED certification or equivalent
Participants must be 16 years or older
Wetsuit, mask, freediving fins, snorkel, weight belt, weights, freediving computer, lanyard.
FII Advanced Freediving Safety Manual and Workbook