2019 Stage 9 Skydiving Student Rebate
Congratulations and welcome to skydiving! If you've come to this form you are applying for a $100 rebate from the Queensland Parachuting Association in conjunction with the Queensland Sport and Recreation's "Get Active in Sport" Programme, to help with the cost of your Accelerated Freefall, Static Line or the "Learn to Skydive" combined Gold Coast iFly and Freefall Course.

You must be an Australian and Queensland Resident to qualify for this rebate, have an Australian bank account and have completed your initial training in the previous 12 months.

While you are here we encourage you to look around the website and get familiar with how to get involved in the sport in the Northern (NQPC) and Southern (SQPC) regions in Queensland.

Feel free to contact us Queensland wide: email valeschmied@gmail.com or phone 0429377889

Email address *
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APF Student Licence Number *
This can be found on the APF sticker in your log book
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Contact Phone Number *
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Contact Email address *
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I would like to be added to the email list *
Occasional meeting and event notifications and correspondence only. No junk email, and list kept strictly private, not shared with any other entity.
Date of Stage 9 jumps or AFF completion
Or Stage 6 if you are a Tunnel/AFF trainee
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Your Drop Zone *
The name of the DZ or organisation where you trained
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A short paragraph or a few words of feedback about your experience *
We love hearing about your experience and seeing your photos. Did you know we have a facebook page? Its called Queensland Parachuting Association - SQPC and NQPC. Great for news and events.
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I understand that the Stage 9 rebate is paid on the successful completion of my Stage 9 Accelerated Freefall or Static Line training jumps, or Stage 6 of my combined iFly/Freefall training jumps in 2019, and is subject to QPA approval. *
Account Name, BSB and Account Number for Electronic Funds Transfer *
Australian Bank Accounts Only
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