Paul: Not sure how the Maltese office will handle sales of this. If they are unable to get hold of it for you, contact Jess at HQ or order from the onLine storeHey mate,
How are you doing?
When will I be able to get copies of the book in Malta mate?
It looks awesome and I am going to recommend it to all my CCR divers, past and present.
Hey Digger: Probably not a generic course, at least not on the radar for TDI. Our philosophy is pretty clearly focused on unit specific training and certification. Never say never but it seems unlikely that we'd steer towards a generic card allowing diver Jim to get certified on a KISS and then go dive a Sentinel. Of course there are enough common aspects among CCRs to validate the use of a generic manual in conjunction to the unit specific manufacturer supplied user manual, but there are operational differences and vagaries that seem to support unit specific courses.Is this the first step towards a generic CCR course covering all units like the old days?
also, quite to biased to be taken seriously... see page 15I'm sorry but having had a VR3 and a Sentinel from Gurr Industries a 'new manual' is hardly going to be something I'm going to get excited about.
The track record is weak.