GUE Introduces - Recreational Diver Level 3!

GUE is proud to announce the release of the long awaited Recreational Diver Level 3 course. The GUE Recreational Diver level 3 course is a mastery-level recreational class structured to prepare divers for deeper recreational diving.

This comprehensive five-day program also builds on the essential skills learned in previous GUE Recreational courses (GUE Fundamentals, GUE Recreational Diver Level 1 and level 2) and includes refinement of these techniques as well as problem identification and resolution and means of building capacity for progressively more challenging dives including:
  • the use of double, back-gas tanks/cylinders
  • the use of Nitrox for decompression
  • the use of Helium to minimize narcosis, CO2 accumulation and post-dive “nitrogen stress”; and
  • the use of a single decompression cylinder for staged decompression techniques

The development of the Recreational Level 3 program has been a massive project spreading over several years of hard work. With a dedicated team including many passionate divers, GUE President Jarrod Jablonski, GUE Instructor Alberto Nava, and GUE Training Directors Richard Lundgren, Richard Walker and Jesper Berglund have been key to bringing this project to completion.

The well-designed structure of the training is supported by four exquisite academic modules designed by Helene Hagerman that notably raises the bar for artistic and pedagogic quality in the diving industry.

GUE Recreational Diver Level 3 will be the training program of choice for divers committed to evolve and excel in the field of recreational diving. As such, GUE once again stands ready to redefine and enhance quality in diver training and complete the recreational diver’s educational path towards fun and efficient exploration and conservation of the aquatic realm.

For information, please see the course description and sign up for a GUE Recreational Diver Level 3 course near you!


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