AIDA - Advanced Freediver

This course is thought to be the only natural continuation on your path to be becoming an advanced freediver. It’s an intermediate course that builds on and further develops the skills you have previously acquired during your AIDA 2 course.

Gaining new skills and advanced knowledge of all techniques and procedures, it allows you to safely freedive with or without a guideline in depths of up to 30 metres.

Students are going to be introduced to the risks of increasing and decreasing pressure and how to minimise them by training in freediving’s most common disciplines such as static apnoea, dynamic apnoea, free immersion, and constant weight.

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  • 3 Theory sessions on deep equalisation using the “frenzel” technique, disadvantages and limitations caused by pressure and pulmonary measures. Failure depth and “packing”. You will also learn to dive into passive exhale (risks and benefits), decompression sickness and deep narcosis.

  • Two Pool sessions of warming up, training tables for dynamic and static and dynamic disciplines (in a heated indoor pool)

  • Four Open Water sessions to practice the “frenzel” technique, freefall, and recovery breathing after each dive

  • Teaching of deep safety and rescue procedures


  • You need to be at least 18 years old

  • You need to have completed the AIDA 2 course

  • You need to know how to swim more than 400m non-stop without fins

  • You need to provide a recent medical certificate stating that you “do not suffer from any medical condition or that you do not have medical contraindications for freediving”

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