This in many cases proves to be impractical as you need time to adjust to your new sport and time in freefall before being prepared to take in the new flight concepts and safety guidelines offered in the FS1 course. That doesnt mean that some form of follow up coaching is not advantageous though. Therefore we have introduced the postgraduate development programme. The objective is three fold:
- To eliminate any bad habits in your freefall technique that may have developed during your solo jumps and replace them with more advanced techniques.
- To review and expand upon your equipment and safety procedural knowledge.
- To help you develop a plan for future progression given your plans for yourself in the sport.
If you would like to find out more then talk to your AFF instructor on the dropzone.
The course takes a day and involves 2 skydives in addition to ground training.
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The Freefall Uni having been audited by the RAF and approved as a contractor to the British Armed forces recently played host to an official expedition from the Army foundation College . 13 Soldiers completed the BPA A License 18 jump course ( Hybrid: Tunnel + Sky ) in 4 days of Jumping.Read More