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After you've logged 25 jumps and shown the required skills, you'll be eligible to apply and test for your USPA 'A' license. This means you are a qualified skydiver and are clear to jump solo without supervision.
After you've logged 25 jumps and shown the required skills, you'll be eligible to apply and test for your USPA 'A' license. This means you are a qualified skydiver and are clear to jump solo without supervision.
On your first solo skydive, you will be provided with two highly-rated skydiving instructors. These instructors will hold on to you in freefall; however, you are not attached to them. On your first solo skydive with your instructors, you will have the responsibility of deploying your own parachute and landing it.
Complete all requirements laid out by the USPA A License Proficiency Card. Complete a minimum of 25 freefall skydives (including tandems) Make five skydives with one or more other people.
Skydiving sits firmly in the \u201cservice industry\u201d camp, and instructors are paid fairly for their services. Officially, it's like this: Tipping is always appreciated, but it's never expected.
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You may have noticed that tandem skydiving students don't wear helmets. One very important reason for this is because \u2013 being positioned in front \u2013 the student might inadvertently (literally) impact their instructor in back.
You'll be fitted with a special tandem harness during your jump. The harnesses are advanced equipment designed to provide maximum safety and comfort. Your Tandem Instructor will securely connect to you at four attachment points; two at the shoulders and two near the hips. You'll both face forward when connected.
Usually, tipping ranges from $20 to $100. You won't be frowned upon if you leave $20 as everyone truly is grateful to receive anything at all.
Tipping is a common gesture of gratitude in skydiving but it's not obligatory. Whatever way that you choose to say thank you is above and beyond their expectations.
You might imagine being strapped to another human being for your first tandem skydive will be a bit awkward. If you're exceptionally small, or particularly tall, you might worry that the whole thing will look downright comical. Thankfully, you're wrong!

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