Psychological Burdens

He may experience a significant psychological burden as well as with other learning methods, but in his first jump is enough time for her overcome. It usually takes 5 – 10 seconds, after which the student becomes accustomed to the sensation of free fall and has three pull-out simulation of the ring (if necessary, he assisted the instructor). In this way, attained skills in fewer jumps and with less risk to the disclosure of a parachute student, as experienced instructors provide stability falling immediately prior to filling the dome. It should be noted that the transition from one level to another and from task to task is made depending on results achieved rather than on the number of completed jumps. During the first three levels of a student learns and acquires the basic survival skills. These include the ability to consistently separate from the aircraft, to carry out a stable and controlled free-fall, to maintain control and attention, using instruments and to open the parachute.

The student receives this skills through intensive ground training and direct control at run-time jump. Once a student masters the skills of survival to the required level, he gets the basic skills of maneuvers that can enjoy skydiving. Following four levels designed to develop skills and abilities to maneuver in freefall. The student performs the energetic approach, turns on 360 *, front and back somersault, and learns to move into freefall and perform desynchronization before opening his parachute. Student studies the calculation of the jump, security measures are in freefall, at the opening, with a decrease in the dome and landing.

Learning to navigate in the air when jumping with other paratroopers and without them. The ultimate goal of learning to program aff is to obtain a student license "A" and the necessary expertise to carry out independent skydiving. Education for the student will be easier and more productive if the specifics of the lesson will focus on a limited number of goals and objectives. The immediate task should be clear and achievable. Better to achieve small but steady progress. Preparation of skydivers made up of theoretical and practical lessons for the study of parachute equipment, theory of a jump and land-based training to implement the elements of the jump from parachute. The main purpose of theoretical training, taking into account the requirements of the program aff, is the study of parachute equipment and the theory of skydiving, based on physical laws. A.6. Practical exercises are conducted step by step according to the principle 'the story – the show – an independent implementation'. Sessions on theoretical and ground training should be conducted in specially equipped classrooms parachute, or parachute training camp. On classes use visual aids: posters, tables, benches, photographs, models, training videos movies, acting and learning patterns of parachute equipment. For conducting each session instructor aff (head) should to have a lesson plan and approved by the synopsis on the topic under study. A.7. By skydiving admitted students who successfully complete the theoretical training. A.8. For the initial training of parachutists educational groups are not more than 12 people. A.9. Control knowledge is held on each subject separately. Questions of theory, basic knowledge of the provisions of the documents and technical data parachute systems are checked by questioning in class (for tickets or using a computer). Practical skills acquired at the gym and models are tested directly on the aircraft mock-ups and simulators. A.10. Assessment of Knowledge and skills of participants is on a five-point digital system: Five (5), 4 (four), three (3), 2 (Two), 1 (one).

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