This two day training course covers everything you need to know, includes equipment, aircraft hire and your first jump.
Day 1: Meet your course instructor who is a highly experienced and accredited person within the Australian Parachute Federation and will cover a broad range of topics to make your jump as safe and memorable as possible. Classroom lessons will be required of you as well as practical work covering safety and what to do whilst in exiting the aircraft, under canopy and landing. You will be required to sit a multiple choice exam before covering some of your requirements for your first jump sequence that will be take place on the second day.
Day Two: Once your exam and ground training have the tick of approval, you will gear up for your first solo skydive! After a final run through and checks we go and parachute.
The first four jumps on this program use an Instructor Aided Deployment (IAD) method, before moving on to opening and flying the parachute yourself.
Once you’ve completed the nine stages of the Solo Jump course, you will have your “A” licence and you’ll be ready to enjoy the exciting new world of skydiving.
Commando Skydivers was established in 1961 and is Victoria’s longest continuous operating skydiving club. During that time our club has taught thousands of skydivers, performed tens of thousands of parachute drops and even trained a number of Australian and world champions.
Tandem skydiving is a great way to experience the thrill of a 200 kilometres per hour freefall and create a memory which will last a lifetime. Skydiving with Commando Skydivers is the ultimate adrenaline rush that will keep you grinning from ear to ear for weeks to come.
Enjoy a scenic flight to altitude over Latrobe Valley with panoramic views of Mt Buller and Mt Baw Baw, across to Wilsons Promontory prior to your own skydiving Gippsland experience.
Looking for that extra thrill? Come and learn to skydive with a solo skydive or Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) courses.
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