Published: January 19, 2018
Are you interested in becoming a licensed skydiver?
Signing up for one of our Accelerated Freefall Ground Training Classes is the first step in making you're dreams come true.
Once you've completed a class, you'll be ready to make your first skydive! Complete all 7 jumps in the Accelerated Freefall Program and that's when the real fun begins!
Ground Training classes for our 2018 skydiving season will be available:
April 27 , May 11, May 25, June 8, June 22, July 6, July 20, August 3, August 17, September 7, September 21
How To Make a Reservation - To book a slot in one of our 2018 classes, click on the "Book Now" button on this page, and select the "Accelerated Freefall Training Class" calendar to book online. Or call our office at 586-752-5867 and we'lll register you for class. Accelerated Freefall Training skydives beyond the first jump (Jumps 2-7) are scheduled based on your availability and usually require about one hour of preparation with your instructors prior to the actual jump. CLICK HERE to see availible class dates and sign up.
AFF - The Process
First Jump Course & Jump 1
The program begins with an intensive ground school known as the first jump course. Lasting between six to eight hours, first time jumpers are trained on how to use the parachute equipment, correct freefall body position, emergency procedures and flying the parachute. The class is followed by your first jump with two instructors who fly alongside giving feedback to correct body position and assist where needed.
Training continues adding additional skill sets for each jump. Jumps two and three are made with two instructors.
Jumps 4-7 consist of jumping alongside one instructor who will be adding your to your skill sets preparing you to make jump number eight a completely solo skydive!
For more information on our Accelerated Freefall Program CLICK HERE.
Please feel free to call us at 586-752-5867 with any questions you may have!
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