Our Instructor Assisted Deployment (IAD) and Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) Student Program begins the day you do your first Tandem Skydive. Once you decide to become a solo skydiver, you will complete a second tandem in preparation for the First Jump Course (FJC). The FJC consists of 4-5 hours of classroom instruction and culminates in your first solo skydive! During the remainder of your intensive, individualized progression, you will learn canopy control skills, freefall maneuvers, exits and parachute packing.
We take you through your program at your pace and on your schedule.
Upon graduation and completing the requisite number of skydives you qualify for your United States Parachute Association “A” license, recognized at every USPA drop zone you visit for the rest of your skydiving career.
The FJC can be purchased at any time (here) however, two qualifying tandem jumps are required prior to scheduling for the FJC.
For more information about the qualifying tandems, the student program, the cost of becoming a licensed skydiver or to schedule your First Jump Course please contact us.