Team Building Workshop

Team Building Workshop

Two is better than one but Three is the magic number and three is better than Four!

Technical Dive Team Builder is designed to encourage Tech Divers to learn to dive in 3 person teams by offering fundamentals in their training, allowing them to formally learn how to dive in a team of 3 in any TEAM.

I have found that divers trained in a 3 person team generally are more well-rounded divers and able to recognize and adapt to the dynamics that a team of 3 presents, while also enjoying the strengths and benefits an efficient 3 person team offers.

If one diver is out of gas and the long hose was deployed, loss of mask and worst case one of the team member looses BUOYANCY? While one team mate deals with the diver with difficulties, third member can do a host of things. The third team member can offer buoyancy to the other team members or watch time, depth, send up a DSMB or even monitor the decompression for the TEAM.

In short, the goal of this program is to teach not only the mechanics, skills, discussions and knowledge of  dive team organisation and concepts to the tec divers, but also expose the divers to learning skills and knowledge while diving within a  team.  This is a benefit to the student because they learn how to dive dynamics, in a formal class setting, making the transition to “real world” 3 person team diving much smoother in a fun and stress free environment.

There is no I in team but there is a M and an E!

Murphy’s law – Everything that can go wrong on a dive will go wrong.

Schmidt’s law – Everything that can go wrong on a dive will go wrong and then your backup will fail..

Schmidt’s Law – Never eat prunes when you’re hungry.

Segal’s Law – A man with one watch knows what time it is; a man with two watches is never sure.

Shaw’s Law – Build a system that even a fool can use, and only a fool will want to use it.

Scott’s First Law – No matter what goes wrong, it will probably look right.

Scott’s Second Law – When an error has been detected and corrected, it will be found to have been correct in the first place

Schultze’s Law – If you can’t measure output, then you measure input.

Fill what’s empty. Empty what’s full. Then  scratch where it itches.

Got my point YET!?

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