Skydive Safety
HomeSkydiversInstructingRiggingDirectorySafety DatabaseLearn To SkydiveDrop ZonesClassifiedForumsCommunityContact

Join Our Mailing List

Learning to skydive at an approved parachute centre can be done in various ways, whether you prefer to do a one jump tandem skydive or a full accelerated freefall training course, it's all available here.

AFF Skydive

AFF Course

Choose the AFF Course for a freefall skydiving course with the assistance of 2 instructors. This requires a days training followed by a further 8 jumps to qualify as a solo skydiver.

Tandem Skydive

Tandem Skydive

Choose Tandem Skydive for a one jump experience. You will be securely attached to an experienced Tandem Instructor who takes charge of all vital functions such as opening the parachute and landing safely. Your preparation for the jump takes only 15 to 30 minutes. Freed from responsibility, you can relax and enjoy the skydive.


Skydiving Insurance

Home - Skydiving Disciplines - Instructors Manual - Skydiving Directory - Safety Information Database - Learn to Skydive

Drop Zones - Used Equipment - Skydiving Forums - Contact Skydive Safety - Skydiving Videos - Skydiving Photos

Diary of Events - Parachute Equipment - Technical Advisors - Skydiving Articles - Confidential Reporting System

Real Stories - Skydiving Books - Business - Advertise on Skydive Safety - Parachute Industry Association

Packing Manuals - Skydiving Stunts - Knowledge Base - Weather - Watchdog - Safety Tips - Site Map

Riggers Manual - Community Centre - Job Opportunities - Indoor Skydiving

© Skydive Safety 2007

E-Mail Skydive Safety
Skydiving Videos
Tandem Skydive
RAPS Course
AFF Course
Free Skydive


Parachute Equipment
Knowledge Base


Safety Tips
Real Stories
Technical Advisors




Skydiving Videos
Skydiving Books
Skydiving Films
Confidential Reports
Skydiving Glossary
Photo By: Jonno Horne
Static Line Course

Static Line Course

Choose the Static Line Course for a parachute jump where you go solo on your first jump and the parachute is automatically deployed as you leave the aircraft. This allows a steady progression of learning parachute skills before progressing to freefall skills

Professional BPA & USPA skydiving instructors are standing by to answer all of your questions. E-Mail Skydive Safety

Read our Survival Guide before booking your course.

Don't forget you can video your whole skydive and upload it onto the Skydive Safety website, then e-mail all your friends and family so they can see it without delay.

Contact Skydive Safety for more information or choose from one of the 684 parachute centres world wide.



Learn to Skydive