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Course NameCourse DatesCourse FeesAgeCourse DurationTypeAvailable SeatsAvailableAction
Advance Paragliding Course (P3 Level) (APGC)21-09-202530950.0018 to 4508AVAILABLE16AVAILABLE Book Now
Combined Paragliding Course (P1,P2 &P3 Level) (CPGC)15-09-202560950.0018 to 4518AVAILABLE16AVAILABLE Book Now
Basic and Intermediate Paragliding Course (P1&P2 Level) (BIPG)09-09-202529950.0018 to 4510AVAILABLE16AVAILABLE Book Now
Combined Paragliding Course (P1,P2 &P3 Level) (CPGC)09-09-202458950.0018 to 4516AVAILABLE15AVAILABLE Book Now

Creating a combined paragliding training schedule that encompasses P1 P2 and P3 levels is an ambitious undertaking  designed to take a student from a complete beginner to an intermediate pilot Such a training schedule needs to be comprehensive gradually building up the students skills knowledge and confidence Below is a generalized outline of what this training might look like Note that the actual pace of progression can vary significantly based on weather conditions the students ability and other factors


Ground School and Initial Flights (P1)

Introduction to paragliding equipment basic meteorology, principles of flight and safety procedures

Ground handling practice to learn how to control the glider on the ground

Continued ground handling, including practice with simulated launches and landings Introduction to flight theory and more detailed safety protocols

First short flights from a gentle slope under close supervision, focusing on basic take-off and landing techniques. Debriefs after each flight to discuss performance and areas for improvement

Debriefs and Feedback: After every flight instructors provide feedback emphasizing safety decision-making and areas for improvement

Novice Training and Solo Flights (P2)


·        Progression to higher flights, introduction to more complex flight maneuvers (turns speed control) and further practice with take-offs and landings in different conditions Emphasis on flight planning decision-making and understanding weather conditions


Intermediate Skills and Cross-Country (P3)


·        Solo flights under supervision with tasks to complete during flights to demonstrate proficiency Introduction to cross-country flight theory and more advanced meteorology Continued emphasis on safety including simulated emergencies


·        Advanced ground handling and take-off-landing techniques  including in challenging conditions. Introduction to thermal flying ridge soaring and advanced flight planning for cross-country


. Alpine launch (forward launch)

. Reverse launch

. Crosswind launch

.  S turns

. Figure of 8 turns and 360 turns

. Traffic Rules

. Ridge soaring

. Dealing with pitch and Roll

. Thermaling

. Accelerator system

. weight shifting

. Reserve packing

. Accuracy tips

. Equipment safety and maintenance classes

Brief knowledge about x-country and whether assessment

Written and practical tests to assess knowledge and skills before progressing to the next level Debriefs and Feedback: After every flight instructors provide feedback emphasizing safety decision-making and areas for improvement


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