Persons who wish to obtain a paragliding certificate must be over 18 years of age. Course participants are given theoretical courses and ground training for a week period and then carry out 7 flights during two days. Those who complete this course successfully are entitled to obtain a paragliding certificate.
The participants of this course must be over 18 years of age. The participants are required to attend a 50 hours theoretical ground course and 25 hours flight training courses.
The participants of this course must be 11 years of age or above. The participants firstly attend to the Beginners Course, which is on the basics of model aircraft course, and undertake a worskshop which is about 15 hours in total during 5 days, and upon copletion of this course, gain the right to be conferred upon a “beginners certificate”. Those who complete the course successfully may wish to make more progress on this training and can attend to courses of counselling and teaching, and in the following years can further attend to radio courses and gain the skills and experience of flying with gliders.
Students who attend the courses of Department of Aircraft can attend to flight programmes suchs as PPL, CPL and ATPL and upon successfully completion of the course, can obtain flight certificates.