Technical Trimix Instructors
Great Lakes Area
Here is a list of Technical Trimix Instructors in the Midwest
Advanced Tri Mix Instructor
uwconnection.com - 262-251-8283
In 1986, the Underwater Connection
offered a Discover Scuba Experience at North Middle School in Menomonee
Falls…and I took them up on that offer. Those few minutes in the pool
had me hooked. I didn't know how, or when, or in what capacity scuba
diving would be a part of my life, but I knew it would be a BIG part of
my life. Since then I have had the great privilege to train over 1000
divers, travel to wonderful exotic locations, explore some incredible
shipwrecks, and make some great friends along the way. As a PADI Master
Scuba Diver Trainer, and a TDI Trimix Instructor, I get the opportunity
to train divers in a wide range of courses, but nothing compares with
introducing someone to the underwater world for the first time with the
Discover Scuba Experience. It certainly had a big impact on me!
Number of Years Diving (certified since): 13 (certified 1994)
Highest Certification Level: PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer/ TDI Trimix Instructor
Instructor Since: 1996
Lake Wazee, Black River Falls WI
Adv Tri-mix Instructor
wazeesports.com - 715-284-5181
Keith Cormican: Keith grew up moving
around the world as his dad was completing an active career in the U.S.
Air force. The Cormicans came to settle in the Midwest in Merrillan
Wisconsin in 1973. Keith grew up spending his summers swimming and
helping out on his grandparents farm.. Keith graduated from Lincoln High
School in Alma Center. He started Cormican Milk Hauling and ran this
business for 12 years. During this time he also started Cormican Tree
and Landscape with a very successful career for 13 years. Keith was
certified in Scuba in 1991. At this time he would go out to Wazee Lake
diving and could see the need for a full time Dive Center. He started
Wazee Sports Center in 1996. Upon opening the store he started assisting
an instructor as a Dive Master until he was able to complete his
education to become an instructor. Keith has worked his way to
Instructor for: Open Water I, Open Water II, Advanced Open Water, Rescue
Diver, Medic First Aid, Oxygen Coarse, Dry Suit Diver, Ice Diver, Ship
Wreck Diver, Night Diver, Dive Master, Nitrox Diver, Advanced Nitrox and
Deco Procedures, Technical Diving, Adv Trimix instructor.
Advanced TriMix Instructor -
Mike is an TDI ,SDI IANTD Technical instructor and one of the best divers in the Great Lakes today. He has taught hundreds trimix students over the years to become better more self sufficant divers through practical trining right here in the Great Lakes.
Among his many dives Mike has made dives where very few others have gone like the Carl D Bradley (370ffw) & Aurania (440ffw)
If your looking for training in Michigan you can feel secure in mike’s hands !
Advance Trimix Instructor - 763-424-8717
I Started diving as a NAUI Jr. Open Water certification in 1974, became active with a group of advanced divers called the Argonauts. 1978 NAUI Assistant Instructor, 1982 YMCA Scuba Instructor, 1984 attended Divers Institute of Technology for deep see commercial diving, 1985-1990 worked Vet's Salvage as commercial diver, 1985 PADI Scuba Instructor, 1986 U.S. Coast Guard charter captain, operated Lake Superior North Shore shipwreck charter service 1985-1995, 1986 Authored Ice Diving Techniques a manual for diving under ice, 1991 PADI Medic First Aid Instructor, 1992 PADI Master Scuba Instructor, 1993 opened Going Under Dive Center, 1994 IANTD Nitrox Instructor, 1995 & 1996 trained with Tom Mount in Miami Florida for IANTD Technical Nitrox - Trimix diver certification, 1996 IANTD Nitrox Instructor Trainer, 1997 cave diver training Ginny Springs Florida, 1997 Technical EANx & Gas Blending Instructor, 1997 Founding member of Great Lakes Shipwreck Preservation Society, 1997 DAN Oxygen First Aid Instructor, 1998 TDI Nitrox - Extended Range Instructor, 1999 Dräger Rebreather Instructor, 1999 TDI Trimix Instructor, 2000 Founded MN chapter of Classic Heavy Equipment Operators Group for Mk V deep see gear, SDI Instructor Trainer, 2001 Fully Closed Circuit Rebreather -Inspiration, Trained with Tom Mount -Full Cave Closed Circuit Rebreather, 2002 Inspiration Fully Closed Circuit Rebreather Instructor, Normoxic Trimix CCR Instructor. 2003 Megalodon CCR Instructor, Trimix Level III CCR Instructor, NAUI Deep Stop Decompression Workshop, KISS CCR Instructor. Currently working on Archeological Assessment of Shipwreck Gunilda located in Rossport Ontario, 1975-2003 logged 4500+ dives....
If your serious about CCR training give Ron a call !
Instructor - 419-290-0014
(teaches all over great lakes )
Let me briefly relate how I got interested
in technical diving. It’s not a unique story, so you may be able to
identify with my experiences. Originally certified in the
mid-1970’s, by the mid-90’s I was an avid diver taking trips to the
Caribbean as well as more regional trips. I was actively teaching all
levels of recreational scuba courses as well. I discovered wreck diving
in the Great Lakes was quickly becoming my favorite form of relaxation.
However, I found I wanted more. More bottom time, more wrecks, and more
pristine wrecks. In order to fulfill my dream, I needed to venture
outside the world of recreational diving and learn about decompression
diving and utilizing a variety of breathing gasses.
Since getting into technical diving, I have visited wrecks all around the Great Lakes. I have had the pleasure and honor of visiting some of the best shipwrecks in the world. I have had the opportunity to stretch myself and accomplish things I never thought possible. I have also had the pleasure of meeting and diving with some of the greatest people you could ever hope to meet, many of whom have become not just dive buddies, but lifelong friends.
I love the Great Lakes and their wrecks so much; I decided to share the experience with others. I offer Nitrox Diver, Wreck Diver, Advanced Wreck Diver, Advanced Nitrox, Decompression Procedures, Extended Range, Trimix Diver, Advanced Trimix Diver, Nitrox Gas Blender, and Advanced Gas Blender courses. If you have interest in, or questions about technical diving email or call me !
Rebreather Instructor to Advanced Trimix and Advanced Trimix Instructor Trainer
TDI and SDI Instructor Trainer and a NAUI Technical Instructor.It is our goal to provide you with the best possible training available whether it's at the diver or instructor level. We also strive to put together safe and truly memorable expeditions.
To us training is a journey and should be enjoyed. We will work with you to establish a solid skills foundation that is suitable for the level of training you are engaged in. Once this is done, a training schedule will be mapped out that will allow you to achieve your future diving objectives.
Divers progress at different paces. Some
require a little more time to become proficient at skills and we
recognize that. It's for this very reason that many of the courses we
offer exceed the minimum dive numbers and in some cases by as much as
100%. We strongly believe in ensuring that you can competently execute
all the skills required at a certain level before progressing on. This
builds confidence and self reliance.
When it comes to instructor training, whether it's on a recreational or technical level, we strive to build mastery of skills and also the ability to teach those skills to students at a pace that they will find both stimulating and enjoyable.
Expedition Diving is what we have become known for. The Empress of Ireland has been a major focus for the past several years, but we also run expeditions to some of the most remote locations on earth. Regardless of the location, your safety and enjoyment are our primary goals.
Whether you are a student, instructor
candidate, or a seasoned technical diver, you have an expectation that
we will provide you with either thorough training or a well structured
expedition, and we won't disappoint you. I guarantee it!
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