P1 - Introductory Course

  • Equipment introduction
  • Canopy layout
  • Pre-flight checks
  • Forward and Reverse inflation
  • Ground handling (Kiting)
  • Takeoff and landing techniques
  • Hand tows
  • Canopy care and packing

This course is designed to give you a fair idea about paragliding and what it promises. We absolutely feel that you will come away from the first day solo lesson with so much more for these reasons:

First of all, you are the pilot! You will learn to inflate, kite, run, launch fly and land the paraglider wing yourself.  The overwhelming response after the first flight is "WOW, I can't believe it was so easy to fly!"

P2 - Novice Course

  • Forward and reverse inflation
  • Canopy handling and kiting skills
  • Low altitude Tows
  • Strong wind launches
  • Cross wind launches
  • Air speed control
  • Active piloting skills
  • Roll and pitch cont
  • Alternating S-turns
  • Extended duration flights
  • Hands off flying
  • Rear riser turns
  • Target landings
  • Flight planning
  • Flight safety
  • Safety rules & Tows techniques.
  • Classroom training
  • Aerodynamics
  • Micro-meteorology

As a trainee pilot you will learn to fly in stronger winds and plan your flight to stay in the air longer, learning the “Art of Soaring Flight“

It is very unusual for a student to lack the confidence to continue paragliding at this point - more often they are surprised at how quickly they are catching on and can't wait to move to the higher flights!

Trainee paragliding pilots are provided with logbooks, certification books & flight manual. We also have paragliding films we watch together with our club pilots - aspiring to be better and better fliers.

Now you can join the free fliers Club and be part of a community of sky gods ! It is within this environment that your flying skills will develop as you fly with other club members You complete your certified tasks for Club Pilot and win your Club Pilot’s License allowing you to fly anywhere on our splendid and beautiful planet.

P3 - Intermediate Course

  • Perfecting reverse launchRecognition and understanding of different weather & site conditions
  • 180 degree turns & reversals
  • 360 degree turns at various speeds and bank angles
  • Flying at maximum speed, minimum sink and best glide
  • Asymmetric tip folds and big ears
  • Aerobatic maneuvers - wing over
  • Hi altitude - extended flights up to an hour
  • Understanding the significance of air speed control, collapses, stalls, spins and turbulence induced collapses.
  • Understanding of emergency procedures
  • Spot landings
  • Paragliding at different sites 

As a Licensed Club Pilot you will have a fair amount of experience, flying with other pilots, flying different sites in varying conditions

You are now looking to further advance your skills and knowledge that would further equip you to start learning “thermal soaring” and step into the real world of Cross Country flying. You are now in for some serious fun and can sign up for Advance clinics like the SIV - Acro and Cross Country (XC) Courses.

The P3 Course prepares you for all this and more. With your P3 Certification you can now get your FAI : International Sporting License that allows you to participate in Paragliding competitions worldwide.

Tow Training

  • Quick release operation
  • Ascending wing control
  • No radio signals
  • Emergency procedures
This course will give you all the training  required  to certify you and be able to be tow anywhere in the world knowing all the procedures and safeties when you are being tow up. 

Introduction To Thermal Flying

  • Recognitions of clouds and thermal triggers
  • Coring Thermals
  • Thermals transitions
  • Active flying procedures
  • Safety procedures

This  instruction will also include a radio couching  be side all the basics about meteorology  and ethics of flying with others pilots  knowing all the safety procedures.

SIV Training

  • Wing Over
  • Big Ears
  • B- Stalls
  • Asymmetric Collapse
  • Deep Spirals
  • Full Stalls
  • Emergency water  landings
This is a most training that every pilots should take at least one time a year to keep you fresh on emergencies situations knowing how to reacting to this situations also you will know the limits of your paraglider wing.