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Let the Load Organizers
at Skydive Perris help you
with the next step,
your B and C licenses! 

  • Complete 50 jumps
  • 30 minutes of controlled free fall
  • Land within 10 meters of a target on ten jumps
  • Left 360, right 360, backloop, left 360, right 360, backloop within 18 seconds or, 10 completed formations
  • Water training
  • Canopy requirements
  • B license test
  • B License 
  • 200 jumps
  • 60 minutes of freefall
  • Land within 2 meters of a target on 25 jumps
  • Within 18 seconds perform: back loop, front loop, left 360, right 360, right barrel roll, left barrel roll or, complete at least two points on a 8-way or larger
  • C license test


For the test APPENDIX B of the Skydiver’s information manual recommends the following study sections: 

B-License Sections: 
2-1 (all) 
4, Category D, F,G ,H 
5-1, 5-2, 5-3, 6-2, 6-4, 6-6 
9-1 FAR 91.17,  FAR 91.211, FAR 119.1, FAR 105.17 
C-License Sections: 
SIM Sections 
2-1 (all) 
4, Category C 
5-1, 5-2, 5-6, 6-2, 6-7, 6-8, 6-9, 6-10, 7-1 
9-1 FAR 91.15, FAR 91.151, FAR 91.409, FAR 105.17 

Water Training Courses at the Perris valley Skydiving school:

They will be held on the 1st Sunday of each month. Cost is $50. Attendees should bring their log book for water training endorsement and a change of clothes. If they are attending during the winter months, they can wear a wet suit if they have access to one. Course will cover theorectical training for intentional and unintentional water landings. Classroom portion will last approx. 30 minutes followed by live water training in the pool. People can get more info from the school or by e-mailing DJ Styles dj@skydiveperris.com 

Useful Links:

USPA Safety Training Licenses 
USPA A License Proficiency Card and Application
USPA Canopy Piloting Proficiency Card​​​​​​


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