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Solo Skydive Licensing Program

Have fun while learning from the best.

Are you ready to skydive on your own? Once you've completed at least one Tandem Freefall Skydive, you can enroll in the Accelerated Freefall / A-License Training program. 

Learn from instructors with decades of experience and a passion for introducing new students to the sport of skydiving! 


How to Enroll
Please call for additional details and scheduling. A tandem skydive within 6 months of signing up is a required prerequisite.
Call (503) 829-3483


Skydive Training

Pricing information.

Solo A License Program
Everything you need for your A License.
$3,055
Cash
or $3,195 by card
What's Included
  • A License Training Manual
  • Solo Freefall Ground School
  • Logbook
  • 7 AFF Skydives from 14,500’
  • 10 Coach Jumps from 14,500’
  • 2 Clear & Pull Jumps
  • 2 C8s from 14,500’
  • A License Check Dive
Payment Schedule

Payment 1: $145 cash OR $150 credit/debit
Due upon enrollment

Payment 2: $950 cash OR $990 credit/debit
Due on the day of Ground School

Payment 3: $680 cash OR $710 credit/debit
Due upon completion of AFF4

Payment 4: $570 cash OR $600 credit/debit
Due upon completion of AFF 7

Payment 5: $710 cash OR $745 credit/debit
Due upon completion of C16

*Repeat jumps not included in pricing


Solo Freefall Training Program

Program Details

First Jump Courses (Ground School) are scheduled in the Spring through early Summer to allow time for students to complete the entire training program and obtain a USPA A License during the jump season. Please note, all student training jumps (AFF/Coaching) are to be scheduled and made weekday only.

Enrollment into the Training Program should be within 6 months or less of making a Tandem Skydive at Skydive Oregon. Tandem skydives serve as a great training tool and exposure to freefall.


Accelerated Freefall Progression

The Accelerated Freefall Training Program, or AFF, is designed to teach you to skydive solo and is the first step toward earning your A-License.

When you enroll into a First Jump Course / Ground School, you are committing to the entire A-license training program.

You will receive a pre-course training manual and study materials to prepare for you 4-6 hour class. After your class, you will be responsible for scheduling your weekday jumps.

All AFF skydives are planned for 14,500’ altitude to allow students maximum freefall time to learn the necessary skills.

Each level includes one skydive with targeted learning objectives that must be satisfactorily demonstrated before moving onto the next level. Each pair of skydives is designed to be completed the same day, or as close as possible, within a maximum of 30 days. Specific currency and performance standards apply to all levels. All required equipment is included.

Your instructors will be at your side throughout freefall, coaching you during the skydive until you deploy your parachute. After opening, you will fly the parachute to landing with back up assistance via radio from the ground. You will jump with two instructors for the first three levels of the AFF program. At AFF Level Four, one instructor will accompany you on each jump until you complete AFF Level Seven. When you have successfully passed all of your AFF training jumps, you will be cleared to jump as a solo student and move into the coaching phase of the training program to complete your A-license.



Earn your A-License

A-License Freefall Coaching Program

Once you have completed AFF 7, you are ready to jump with a skydiving coach to continue working towards earning your A-License from the United States Parachute Association. The coaching program is designed to teach you how to safely skydive with other jumpers.

Each level includes two skydives with targeted learning objectives that must be satisfactorily demonstrated before moving onto the next level. Each pair of skydives is designed to be completed the same day, or as close as possible, within a maximum of 30 days. Specific currency and performance standards apply to all levels. All required equipment is included.

Once you have successfully passed all of your coach jumps, have taken the USPA A-License written exam and a packing class with an FAA certified rigger, you will graduate from the program and become an A-Licensed skydiver!



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