New Jersey Scuba Diving Technical Courses

For more information on available technical courses and gear, please visit the shop or call us at (732) 776-7755.

Divers Two is your one source for technical gear, classes, and know-how on the Jersey shore. Divers Two offers TDI classes with Joe Stellini at the head of our tech department. Classes in technical, decompression, saturation, and other beyond-recreational diving are also readily available through the shop and are ON DEMAND, however times, dates, and locations would be scheduled.
Meet the head of our Tech Department - Joe Stellini
Originally from Michigan, Joe learned how to dive all around the Great Lakes, inland lakes, and rivers in the Midwest. No stranger to cold water, limited visibility and deeper diving, the transition from the Midwest to the Northeast was not a difficult one. Starting in 1995 as a recreational diver, it did not take long to realize that being a professional in the scuba industry was a path for the future. Joe’s experience in the scuba industry is fairly broad including dive center management/ownership, currently representing manufacturers and destinations in the diving industry and instruction up to and including closed circuit rebreather. Although being a manufacturers rep is his primary responsibility, instructing, traveling and diving in general are the motivating factors that make it possible to keep an active diving lifestyle going. And of course, just like any lake, river and wreck diver, Joe has a nice collection of unique bottles from all over.

Diving Range – Open Water Scuba to Mixed Gas CCR as well as a Technical Diving Instructor
Favorite Destination – Scapa Flow Scotland
Preferred Configuration – Sidemount Open Circuit or CCR w/Sidemount Bailout
Max Depth – 240 Feet
Notable Dives – Shipwrecks of Scapa, Truk, Thunder Bay, Straights of Mackinaw, New England and Northeast, 1000 Islands Wrecks and Walls, Andrea Doria - Deep Wall Dives in Cozumel, Grand
Cayman, PNG, Dominica – Extreme river diving in St. Lawrence River, Detroit River, St. Claire River, Hudson River, Cooper River, Niagara River.
Joe Stellini
Intro to Tech (TDI)
This course will acquaint experienced sport divers with the skills used to plan and execute dives in 60 - 130 fsw using techniques associated with technical diving. Students will plan and execute sport dives in deeper water using equipment and techniques associated with technical diving activities.
Enriched Air Nitrox (PADI and TDI)
This is the entry level certification course for recreational divers wishing to utilize enriched air nitrox (EAN) as a breathing gas. The objective of this course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for using nitrox mixes from 22% to 40% oxygen content.
Advanced Nitrox (TDI)
This course examines the use of EAN 21 through 100% (oxygen) for optimal mixes to a depth of 150fsw/45msw. The object of this course is to train divers in the benefits, hazards and proper procedures for utilizing EAN 21 through 100% (oxygen) for dives not requiring staged decompression.
Decompression Procedures (TDI)
This course examines the theory, methods and procedures of planned stage decompression diving. The objective of this course is to train divers how to plan and conduct a standard staged decompression dive not exceeding a maximum depth of 150fsw/45msw unless taught in conjunction with advanced nitrox, Extended Range or Advanced Wreck Courses. The most common equipment requirements, gear set-ups, decompression techniques and decompression mixtures (including oxygen and nitrox) are presented.
TDI Sidemount (TDI)
This course will teach the theory and skills necessary to dive sidemount instead of a standard back mount unit, including safety procedures.
Learn to Scuba Dive

Learn to Scuba Dive

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Advanced Classes

Advanced Classes

In addition to basic Open Water certification, Divers Two offers the full range of PADI advanced-level qualifications.

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