Many people decide to begin the AFF (Accelerated Freefall) program after completing their first tandem skydive...it's that addictive! And that is exactly how you begin the program, after you complete your first tandem jump.
Next comes Ground School - Training for your first AFF jump takes approximately 4-5 hours and includes aircraft procedures, the opening sequence of a parachute, emergency procedures, landing techniques, and practical exercises in body positions for exits and freefall. Following ground training, two instructors will guide you through the exit, freefall, deployment, and landing processes. After completing the first jump course, you will receive one-on-one instruction as you work towards earning your USPA A-License (minimum 25 jumps).
After competing the First Jump Course and your First Skydive, you may decide to continue with the student program and earn your A-License from the United States Parachute Association. Please contact us for more details.
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Please read and adhere to the following guidelines to make your skydiving experience as enjoyable as possible.
We are open Monday, Thursday, and Friday at 10:00 am and Saturday/Sunday 8:00 am to sunset, weather permitting.
A completed tandem jump is required before signing up for a First Jump Course/Ground School.
The weight limit for AFF jumps is 220 lbs.
In order to receive your USPA A-License, you must make a minimum of 25 skydives under the supervision of an instructor.
Plan to spend the whole day at the drop zone for your first jump course and skydive.
Please notify the drop zone (email firstname.lastname@example.org) when you are planning to come out for training after completing the First Jump Course so we can schedule instructors as needed.
Absolutely no drugs or alcohol in your system.