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During your AFF Course You will be accompanied by two highly qualified AFF Instructors who will give you personal ground and in-air tuition.
We will guide you in freefall by way of hand signals and if necessary controlling your body. You will experience an exhilarating freefall flight before you open your own, ram-air canopy.
Graduating the AFF course qualifies you as an independent skydiver in your own right, so that you can literally go sky diving anywhere in the world!
The learn to skydive course comprises of one days training followed by your first skydive with two instructors.
After successfully completing your course you will be well on your way to attaining your first skydiving license. You can even extend your holiday by a few more days and qualify for your FAI A license for a super fast acceleration into skydiving.
You will use our state of the art skydiving equipment specially designed for your AFF course.
Before every jump you will receive extensive and thorough video debrief of your previous jump and more training to prepare for your next skydive.
Ground School & Jump No 1
The Ground School includes:
Orientation and Documentation.
Familiarisation with and Fitting of Equipment.
After Landing Procedures.
The Stable Position.
Aircraft Drills and Emergency Drills.
Malfunctions and Reserve Procedures.
Canopy Control and Flight Drills.
Landings, including practical Parachute Landing Fall (PLF) training.
Your first skydive with 2 instructors
Jump No’s 2 & 3
Jump 2 consolidates the basics of freefall and develops the practice pulls and altitude awareness
Jump 3 is a release dive with both your instructors close by, to assist if necessary.
Jump No’s 4 to 7
These four jumps are conducted with one instructor.
Jump 4 concentrates on starting and stopping turns.
Jump 5 practices 360° turns.
Jump 6 is a solo exit (the instructors will be very close on your heals) and includes back loops and tracking exercise.
Jump 7 introduces a dive exit from the aircraft, a back loop, a left and right turn, track and pull.
Jump No 8 (British System)
Jump 8 is from 5000 feet and involves a stable exit and a solo deployment of the canopy. This can be done any time during the consolidation after level 7.
The British (BPA) system requires a further 10 solo jumps (called consolidation jumps) before starting any formation skydiving training.
The AFF jumps are debriefed by video free of charge and if you wish you can take a copy to show all your friends.
All licenses are internationally recognised and we assist you into settling into your own countries system. We can also provide you with continuous training or progression courses.