LEARN TO SKYDIVE

How We Train


The method in which we train our students is thru Instructor-Assisted Deployment (IAD). This is a parachute deployment program most adequately similar to static line. The main difference is that instead of being deployed by a static line, the student's jumpmaster (who is in the plane with them) deploys the student's parachute by throwing the pilot chute downward and clear of the door as the student exits.

  • Students are able to use the same equipment throughout the entire program, and even after they have received their A License.
  • Smaller chance of line twists through the IAD method, versus static line.

First Jump Courses


Our First Jump Courses (FJC) are conducted regularly and take approximately 4 hours. We offer a Friday evening course, which maximizes the number of jumps you can make on Saturday. Contact us to learn more, and to learn about the costs associated with our FJC.


For more information, call or email us.

Closed For Winter

Skydive The South will be closed for the winter. We're sorry for the inconvenience. If you need to reach out to us, please use the contact form and we will try to respond in a timely fashion.