Name of the training program - AFF, or Accelerated Learning Free Fall ,a free fall method that allows for the learning process to be 3 to 5 times faster than the STATIC LINE.
By using the AFF method, the student has more time to learn and create habits in the air as compared to the STATIC LINE method that is under the direct supervision of an instructor.
Jumps are made from altitude 4000m and are accompanied by one or two instructors.
During the first jump, the student learns the free fall position and learns parachute skills such as various techniques of opening the parachute under constant supervision and assistance provided by the instructors.
In the AFF method, the student learns faster, and within a few jumps, he/she masters free fall technique skills.
Proper habits are necessary for a correct exit and free fall.
After the student has shown mastery in free fall, by correctly performing at least 7 jumps, the student is then ready to learn to perform a rotation of 360 °, the back rotation and quick move forward (arrow, track).
Course date - see calendar