|101: Creativity. Class participants learn how to invent freestyle or skysurfing maneuvers and avoid brainlock by using a system for inspiring creativity as well as a card game for creating new moves. You should bring to class a pack of index cards. Texts for freestyle participants: The Aerial Freestyle Guide Book by Dale Stuart, Basic Freestyle Notes by Tamara Koyn, and A Video Guide to Freestyle by Tamara Koyn. Prerequisite: 50 and 80.|
105: Building Learning Progressions. By focusing on freestyle or skysurfing maneuvers, participants will learn how to plan learning progressions and to use them as a point of departure for learning freestyle, skysurfing or vertical RW (freeflying) as they desire. Prerequisite: 50 and 101.
141: Awareness for 3-D Flying. Learn how to conquer sensory overload and how to maintain freefall awareness so that you can critique your performance while attempting complex maneuvers in freestyle and/or skysurfing. This class also covers performing freestyle on night jumps. You should be able to perform at least 5 maneuvers in your chosen discipline before attending this class and freestylists be familiar with The Aerial Freestyle Guide Book by Dale Stuart. Prerequisite: 50, 80 and 101.
150: Freestyle Exits. Class includes information about planning safe exits, dirt diving exits, different freestyle exit techniques for exiting in different orientations, using momentum, exiting from different types of aircraft and more. Before attending this class, participants should be able to perform 5 freestyle moves at terminal velocity. Prerequisite: 50, 52 and 53.
166: Orientation Workshop. During swimming pool practice, students will learn how to use the pool as a training aid and learn awareness of body positions and orientation. Bring a swim suit and face mask. (Nose clips will be available during the class.) Prerequisite: 60.
170: Freestylist/Skysurfer and Camera Flyer as a Team. The freestylist and camera flyer have a unique working relationship that changes throughout the training process. This class will examine the details of that working relationship and how you can benefit. Interested freestylists/skysurfers as well as camera flyers should attend this class. Text: "Freestyle and Photographer: Working Together as a Team" in Skydiving Magazine February 1995. Prerequisite: 50.
171: Freestyle Competition. The current rules are explained in full detail. You will also learn tips on performing the compulsory figures and how you can set up your training program to prepare for competition. Prerequisite: 50, 52, 53 and 105.
180: Nomenclature for Freestyle Maneuvers. Several systems for naming and categorizing freestyle maneuvers will be introduced. Prerequisite: 50, 80 and 101.