SkyVentures offers a wide range of training courses for Hang Gliding, Paragliding and ParaMotor. It is in fact the only place to learn Hang Gliding in India. We use state of the art, “international technology Hydraulic payout Winch” which is known for smooth tows and safe launches. The clear flat land combined with small hills add on the charm of having best practice session during the courses. We offer the following courses…
5 days basic training course consist of teaching rigging the glider, pre flight inspection, ground handling, providing assisted launching and landing skills under supervision of experienced instructor who is also one of the most active hang glider pilot in India having international exposer.
This is a 5 days basic training course in which the experienced trainers teach the student ground handling, launching and landing skills from a gradually sloped small hill on school equipment. The aim of this course is to help you to achieve a level of confidence and skills needed to fly unassisted from slopes. A thorough theory component is an integral part of the Basic Course.
Please note that winch launching may be used but its use is at the sole discretion of the Chief Flying Instructor.
The 5-days Basic Paramotor Training Course is designed for pilots who have completed the basic course of paragliding. Training consists of ground handling practice, paramotor usage instruction, basic theory lectures allowing students to then progress onto the 6-day intermediate paramotor course.
While it is possible for many students of average ability to achieve a supervised rating in about 5 days of flying, some take longer. The most important point to remember is not to have any expectations as to how quickly you will learn. It will take as long as it takes. Soak up as much information as you can and make the most of your time with SkyVentures during the course.
The 6-day intermediate paramotor training course is designed for pilots who have completed the beginner course of paramotor. The course consists of more advanced training such as low level flying, precision landings, limited fuel tasks and cross country tasks. The intermediate course also covers more advanced navigation, and effects of the motor on the wing. At the end of the course pilots should be capable of flying a paramotor safely and competently without the need for an instructor.
Note: While it is possible for many students of average ability to achieve a supervised rating in the given days of the course, some take longer. The most important point to remember is not to have any expectations as to how quickly you will learn. It will take as long as it takes. Soak up as much information as you can and make the most of your time with SkyVentures during the course.
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