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The tandem rating system in the USA is such that each manufacturer issues their own Tandem Instructor rating.
You need a UPT rating to jump a Sigma and/or Vector tandem system, a Strong tandem rating to jump a Strong tandem rig and a rating from JumpShack to jump a Racer system.
If you need multiple ratings you can get cross trained to another tandem system after you have at least 25 jumps on one system. The manufacturer must approve the rating you have. Crosstrain is a shorter process to get the rating. Less examination jumps are required.If you need two ratings right away, it requires two full tandem rating courses for each rating.
USPA group member dropzones require all tandem instructors to hold the USPA Tandem Instructor rating in addition to the factory rating.There is no charge if you take the USPA Tandem course with your factory rating course Please go to the pages for each rating for more detailed information.
|Manufacturer's Tandem Rating Course|
Full Course-includes the USPA Tandem course
|$425 + equipment rent|
|$250 + equipment rent|
Tandem Equipment Rent per jump
Tandem Equipment Rent per jump including phase 2 continuing education
|USPA Tandem Instructor Rating Course|
|at no charge if taken with factory course. By itself: $250|
DISCOUNT $100 for USPA Instructors In Another Discipline
I spent March 2021 in Florida with Skydive Ratings acquiring my Coach and AFF Ratings as well as converting my UK Tandem Rating to USPA and I had an awesome month. Bram and everyone at SR were great; incredibly helpful and knowledgeable and with a natural ability to teach. Each course was a nice split between classroom and practical and time was managed well. Even with a lot to learn, Bram and the other examiners were able to deliver the content logically and make it easy to understand. The actual jumping was a lot of fun and, even while stressful, there was still plenty of laughing and joking around. I left Florida with 3 new ratings with thanks to Bram and the team; I couldn't recommend SR enough.
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