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Approved Packing Course

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Parachute Riggers Course Advanced Riggers Course Examiners Rigging Course



Syllabus F202 • Training Record F??? • Joining Instructions F??? • Rigging Certificate Application F136 • Course Material Requirements F??? • Course Report F??? • Course Programme F???

Advanced Packing Course


Preparation & Planning • Instructor Student Relationship

Basic Riggers Course

Preparation & Planning • Instructional Techniques • Presentation of lessons  

Parachute Rigging Course

Preparation & Planning • Subject Knowledge

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Some of the documents included here are courtesy of the British Parachute Association (BPA). All updates issued by the BPA will be included here to ensure a one stop location for all your rigging needs.

All those attending the examiner riggers course must hold an approved packing certificate and an advanced packing certificate. They must also be qualified as an advanced rigger, therefore, it's assumed that all candidates are conversant with the subjects in the Approved Packers, the Advanced Packers, the Basic Riggers, the Parachute Riggers and the Advanced Riggers knowledge base.

Safety Tip - Premature reserve deployments are far too common, yet it's one of the easiest malfunctions to avoid.

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