Imagine traveling from 14,000 feet to the dropzone in less than five minutes; Accelerated Free Fall is the fastest and most exciting way to do it. The majority of people can't imagine stopping the sport after a tandem or AFF adventure. Instead, you think that maybe you would like to become a licensed skydiver with the training and skill to skydive any time. Skydiving Near Nashville is here to assist you begin your adventure by building your skydiving skills to a competent level. We want you to be able to confidently jump from anywhere in the United States. After graduating our AFF course you will have the opportunity to grab that solo skydiving experience you want. And you can jump unobstructed and unattached to a jumpmaster. All that is needed is a United States Parachute Association "A license," and you are qualified to make solo skydives at whatever dropzone without a jumpmaster. How cool is that?
Expect to meet many unique men and women and overcome any fear of heights through your professional skydiving training. You will not only train to freefall with a group, you will be taught how to correctly pack your parachute. Take pride in knowing that you can properly make a solo skydive from over 10,000 feet and even advance with advanced classes.
The United States Parachute Association (USPA) is an organization that represents skydivers and drop zone owners by supplying instruction procedures and issuing skydiving licenses in the United States. The skydiving licenses range from the basic "A license" (25 jumps) through "D" (qualified to apply for after 500 skydives), representing the increasing levels of ability and accomplishment.
On your 1st level of instruction you will spend a lot of time on the ground courses, but plenty of time in the air as well. The first stage is intended to offer students the chance to get into the sky swiftly yet safely; you will be shown some of the tricks of the trade to use during your first skydive. Our friendly coaches will make the effort to instruct you on proper body positions, how to release the parachute and flying yourself to the ground. Having received the ground class, you will be accompanied by two AFF instructors on your first skydive to provide you with additional stability and guide you through your initial skydives. As you advance through the levels, your instructors will be keeping an eye on your improvement. You should be improving at controlling your movements during the jumps. Ultimately you will be prepared to learn some of the advanced skydiving techniques like gliding and backflips, and you'll learn...
When you've achieved level 6 you are ready for your first solo jump. Having said that, before embarking on this, you must prove that you can properly and safely execute a skydive from start to end. Your jump master will observe you from a distance and determine how well you manage your movements, pay attention to safety protocol, deploy the chute and land; if you pass, he will provide you with a certificate of successful completion. As long as you have met the requirements of the program by finishing 25 jumps and the activities that your coach has provided you, you're qualified to receive your USPA 'A' license.
As AFF is a vigorous and challenging course, it is necessary that people satisfy the following general criteria:
Your skydiving training starts with Skydiving Near Nashville. Sign up for your skydiving certification course today. You don't need prior sky diving experience. Start on a new quest and reach for the sky with sky diving certification with Skydiving Near Nashville!