Static Line Course

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You can then enjoy the thrill of controlling your parachute all the way down to a safe landing before trying freefall.

The course comprises of one days ground training, followed by your first parachute jump.

Your parachute opens automatically by a ‘static-line’ which is attached to the aircraft.

After completing your first jump you can then continue and progress through the category system at your own pace. You will then be well on the way to learning the art of skydiving and flying modern ram-air square parachutes.

We can issue you with your Dutch wings and jump certificate after you’ve completed five jumps. The courses can be in Dutch, German or English.

You can the progress through the parachute training system and move onto freefall skydiving from your sixth jump, gradually jumping from higher altitudes..

Training Syllabus

Ground school & Jump no 1

The Ground School includes:
Orientation and Documentation.
Familiarisation with and Fitting of Equipmen
After Landing Procedures.
The Stable Position.
Aircraft Drills and Emergency Drills.
Malfunctions and Reserve Procedures.
Canopy Control and Flight Drills.
Abnormal Landings.
Landings, including practical Parachute Landing Fall (PLF) training.
Written Examination

You are now qualified as a category 1 student and can progress on to category 2

Category 2

Jump no 1 & 2 concentrate on exiting the aircraft with a good stable body position, after 2 good stable exits you are now a category 2 student and can progress onto category 3

Category 3

These jumps concentrate on practicing deploying your own parachute while still on static line, when you have completed 3 good dummy practice pulls you can then progress on to category 4

Category 4

You will do your first freefall with a 3 second delay before deploying your own parachute, the next jump will be a 5 second delay.

After completing 2 good stable freefall delays you can progress onto category 5

Category 5

You will do 2 good 10 second delays demonstrating a stable freefall position before deploying your parachute before moving on to category 6

Category 6

You will now do 2 good 15 second FreeFall delays demonstrating a good stable body position while making good use of your altimeter

Category 7

You will now demonstrate the ability to do 2 good 360 turns in both directions

Category 8

This section is based on training you to do the following skills¨

Jump 1 – Unstable exit with back loops

Jump 2 – Dive exit with tracking, Exit height a Minimum of 7,000ft

Jump 3 – Dive exit, back loop, 360 left turn, 360 right turn, short track,

wave off and deploy your parachute at the correct height, Exit height 12,000ft

After completing dive 3 you will be qualified as a category 8 skydiver

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