FROM YOUR GRADUATION TO YOUR A-LICENSE
Once the PAC course is over you are already a skydiver and you can start jumping on your own. This is the beginning of the consolidation phase in which each new jump will help you gain experience and improve your technique. The A license will allow you to jump accompanied by other paratroopers safely.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO GET YOUR TITLE A?
Successfully complete the AFF course.
A minimum of 25 experience breaks.
Successfully complete the parachute driving course (6 jumps) (Not exclusive but recommended)
Title A Theory: (SEE MORE)
2 exam breaks with a coach.
1 jump at 1500 meters (hop & pop): Training for a possible plane emergency.
Parachute folding course.
Approval of a USPA or RFAE instructor (Royal Spanish Air Federation) and processing of your license.
OBJECTIVES OF A-license
01 Develop a flight technique that demonstrates the ability to maintain and achieve stability and control in different departures of the plane, maintain the level of flight according to the other jumpers, control the movement in all axes and perform end-of-work and separation maneuvers.
02 Develop enough control over the parachute to navigate, fly in the landing pattern and land.
03 Gain sufficient knowledge in the handling of skydiving material, review of the procedures and folding of the parachute.
04 Gain knowledge of the procedures of the aircraft (boarding, group separation, emergencies)