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kirils  (D License)

Nov 3, 2001, 3:19 PM
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What are the requirements to become a ground school instructor for the new USPA AFF standards?

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Shark  (D 24499)

Nov 5, 2001, 9:38 AM
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You will first need to take the Coach Course/BIC. This will allow you to teach the generic portion of the FJC and to instruct Cat G/H in the ISP, both ground and air. You will need to be an AFF instructor for everything else. To become a USPA Coach you will need to have a C license and complete the proficiency card. Check the USPA web to download the form.



Kirils  (D License)

Nov 5, 2001, 1:18 PM
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Thanks. I'll give it a try next spring!

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