The Accelerated FreeFall Skydiving Course (AFF) is a fast track course which is designed to progress an absolute beginner to a qualified skydiver as quickly as possible. Using instructor intensive methods the 8 levels are carefully designed to ensure that you receive the highest level of training available. Your first skydive will be from about 12,000ft. AFF is best suited to people that have decided that skydiving is the sport for them.
Key points of an Accelerated Free Fall Course
AFF is a recognised worldwide. It is an instructor intensive course aimed to turn a beginner into a competent skydiver. After ground school, which will give you the basic skydiving principles and essential safety details, you will be accompanied on your first three skydives by two instructors. These instructors will be with you at every step of the way, or to be more precise every foot (of freefall). On subsequent jumps you will be accompanied by one instructor. You will receive a debrief after every skydive, some centres will even provide a video debrief.In perfect weather conditions the course can be completed over a weekend. However, you should be prepared to return to the centre at your convenience to complete the course. Some students choose to spread the course out over a week, a few weekends or even a few months.A weight limit for students of 16 stone is in place. A reasonable level of fitness is also required.
- Fast track course to becoming a qualified skydiver.
- Structured course consisting of 8 levels.
- First skydive from about 12,000ft.
- Highly qualified instructors with you every step of the way.
- Suitable for a complete beginner.
1. Peterlee - County Durham
2. Hibaldstow - North Lincolnshire