Our JJ-CCR instructor list continues to grow here in the US. Please feel free to contact any of them directly or if you need additional help, you can contact us.
Wayne B Fisch is the Instructor Trainer for the US & Canada. He started diving in 1997 since that time he has become Full Cave Certified, Tec Instructor through Trimix and now is exclusively teaching on the JJ-CCR. Past rebreather experience Drager Dolphin, KISS, rEvo and Hollis Prism 2. Lives in New Jersey and does training on request.
Dan has been the go to technical instructor in the Florida Keys for over ten years. He is the owner of the best dive center in the Key’s, Horizon Divers. After spending his early scuba years captaining a sail boat in the Virgin Islands he relocated to Key Largo where he began exploring the more technical parts of diving. In 2005 he Continue Reading
Rob learned to dive at just 12 years of age, and in 2001 started technical and cave diving. Shortly after that he began working at a dive shop in cave country, Florida and started to guide divers through the Florida cave systems. After becoming an instructor in 2006 Rob worked in the Bahamas, Southern Caribbean, Maldives and finally in Truk Continue Reading
Robin Jacoway is the principal owner of Ocean Research Group, a California-based dive company specializing in equipment and training for technical divers. In 2009 Robin began running Technical Diving Expeditions to San Clemente Island in Southern California to dive US Naval Destroyers that had been sunk during missile testing in the 70's. Currently Robin instructs students on the JJ-CCR, MK-15, Continue Reading
Mel is an active technical/rebreather diving instructor trainer; and avid underwater photographer. In 2003 she taught for Divers Institute of Technology (DIT) helping to develop future commercial divers. Mel currently instructs students and future instructors on most of the major rebreathers on the market. She is also passionate about cave diving and teaches CCR Cave. Mel is a member of Continue Reading
Jon Bernot started diving in the lakes in Oklahoma as a teenager and became an instructor while attending the University of Oklahoma in 2005. Having served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps he purchased his first dive operation in Coastal North Carolina and eventually moved to North Florida Cave Country. With a heavy background in wreck diving Continue Reading
Being an engineer and holding a Master of Science, he started diving in 1990. In the mid 90s, he developed his interest in technical diving. Shipwrecks then became a must. In 2000, he made his debut as a technical diving instructor. With now more than a decade in the field of technical diving, he offers courses that deal with technical Continue Reading