If you have the nerve to go it alone then this two day course is the one for you. After one day of intensive training it's time to take to the skies. The pumping adrenalin that you will experience on your ascent only enhances the exhilaration you will feel after the jump. As for the jump itself, 3000ft of leisurely descent gives you plenty of time to admire the stunning views.
2 Day Course: * Day 1 - Theoretical work and physical practice comprising of safety regulation education as well as comprehensive review of all sky diving techniques required to exit the aircraft and fall in a controlled manner. * Day 2 - The jump is planned to take place. You will be provided with a skydivers jump suit to go over your clothes as well as a parachute system and radio. You should wear comfortable clothing such as a track suit and trainers, no heavy boots or street shoes.
This experience is available in 2 locations
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. Weight limits between centres will vary between 14.5 stone and 16 stone.Your weight will be checked on the day of the course. Important Fitness/Medical Notes: You will be required to complete and sign a Declaration of Fitness to Parachute before training commences (this will be provided when your booking is confirmed). The minimum age for sport parachuting is 16 years. For those less than 18 years of age a separate signed letter of consent from a Parent or Guardian will be required before training commences. If you are 40 years of age or over you must obtain written approval from your Doctor on the Declaration of Fitness to Parachute form before commencing training - this can be found here. You will also need a Declaration of Fitness to Parachute if you have suffered from any of the following: Previous fractures, back strain, arthritis and severe joint sprains. Chronic bronchitis, Asthma, Rheumatic fever, Pneumothorax, Liver or kidney disease, Thyroid, adrenal or other glandular disorder. Chronic ear or sinus disease or any condition which requires the regular use of drugs. Anaemia or have recently donated blood. No person over the age of 50 years will normally be accepted for novice parachute training, other than for Tandem Skydives, where high ages may be acceptable. Exceptions to this rule may be allowed if the candidate either has previous experience or is of a high standard of fitness and can convince the Instructor of that fitness. You will not be allowed to undertake parachute training if you have ever suffered from any of the following medical conditions, unless you and your Doctor have obtained the prior approval of the Medical Advisor to the British Parachute Association (who may be contacted via the address on the Declaration of Fitness form which is available from us): Epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, recurrent blackouts or giddiness, disease of the brain or nervous system, high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, recurrent weakness or dislocation of any limb, diabetes, mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction. Customers wishing to go to the Nottingham or Cumbria venues will need to pay a compulsory BPA membership fee of approximately 20 on the day of their experience.