Axis training booking form
This form must be completed by every person who is intending to fly with Axis. The data collected is for our own use only and will not be passed on or sold. All data is securely stored and disposed of properly when flight completed.
Email address *
Name *
Address *
Mobile Number *
Home Number *
Age *
Under 18 yrs will require a letter of consent from a parent or guardian
Email Address *
Weight *
Clothed weight in Kilos ( no surprises please or we will have the wrong size glider for you)
Previous Experience with paragliding or other aviation activities
Any previous paragliding or aviation qualifications or general outdoor activity experience. We will require copies of any previous BHPA training or Log books
Any relevant previous experience
BHPA Elementary pilot course (pg or ppg)
BHPA Club Pilot (pg or ppg)
BHPA Pilot
IPPI para pro level.
Non UK national qualification
Row 1
Name of person who purchased this for me (if Gifted with payment reference) N/A
Medical, Health and Fitness *
If the answer to any of these is NO, then you may not be able to start a course with us. If you are on a tandem flight and you have said no to a, e, or f, it may still be possible, but you must discuss this with us first. This is for your own safety. If you cannot see the buttons, rotate the phone!
b) fit enough to run fast over short distances (10m)?
c) able to sustain a fall onto grass from a run without injury?
d) able to sustain a feet first impact equivalent to jumping from a chair?
e) fit enough to complete a day of moderate hill walking?
f) able to see well enough to drive a car (with or without glasses or lenses* only applicable if learning to fly, not for required for tandem))
Do you or have you ever suffered from any of the following; *
Heart disease (including angina) or any other heart condition?
Circulatory problems including high blood pressure?
Severe vertigo or dizziness?
Increased susceptibility to bone breakage or joint dislocation?
Severe skeletal damage with increased risk of injury?
Asthma or other respiratory conditions?
Any Condition/Medication/Operation/Treatment
which may affect your ability to participate?
If the answer to any of the above is YES, or you are unsure please give any history and details below
If you are over 55 yrs or have a medical issue that will affect you. This is guidance for your GP In order to participate in a paragliding course this person should be; *
In good health generally
Be fit enough to walk or run over uneven ground carrying a 10kg backpack up a steep hillside
Be able to concentrate and reason in a normal manner
Have average spatial awareness and vision sufficient to drive a car
Not be taking any medication where the effects may detrimentally affect his/her mental or physical ability.
If you require more help and guidance, please contact us and we will be happy to assist.
Terms and conditions
If you confirm a flight or course either verbally or by text message or mail, unless we agree to cancellation you will be liable for the full cost for cancellation or non attendance (less BHPA membership fees.)

Our cancellation. If we have to cancel a course, it will usually be for reasons of weather and your safety, but we reserve the right to cancel for other exceptional reasons.

Aerial and general photography . If you have booked and paid for photography, we cannot guarantee to always be able to perform this service. If for technical or safety reasons it is cancelled you will be refunded for the photography only, not the flight. All images remain the copyrighted property of Axis paragliding and you agree to their use for commercial purposes by Axis. You may not sell or reproduce images or make copies of images without express permission.

Flying Conditions
To ensure that your course is as safe and enjoyable as possible, it is important that you read and understand these flying conditions.

I understand that: Paragliding is a form of aviation, with all of the inherent and potential dangers that are involved in aviation. No form of aviation is without risk, and injuries and death can and do occur in paragliding, even to trained pilots using proper equipment. No claim is made or implied that all sources of potential danger to the pilot have or can be identified. No one should participate in paragliding who does not recognise and wish to personally assume the associated risks.

I must be a member of the BHPA to be under training, and I must abide by the rules of the association and its Instructors. I understand that as a member I am entitled to third party insurance to the level of 2 million pounds, but that it provides me with NO personal accident cover. I understand that my instructors liability insurance is limited to £50,000 per claim. I understand that it is advisable to have sufficient personal accident insurance and it is my sole responsibility to do this.
I will not consume ANY alcohol during, or in the 12 hours preceding tuition, or be under the influence, or suffering from the effects of alcohol, or drugs, during my course.
I will come to my course dressed in appropriate outdoor clothing (Strong, grippy soled, outdoor boots with good ankle support. Gloves, Long trousers, long sleeved shirt and jacket, sun cream and will bring lunch and at least 2 litres of water to drink)

I understand that my Instructors decision to cease flying and terminate the course of any student for whatever reason to be final and binding.
I unreservedly indemnify, Axis Paragliding, or its Instructors and staff against any loss, damage or injury caused by me
during my participation of the sport or my attendance on a course. (Events not covered by BHPA 3rd party liability)

I have read, understood, and agree to abide by the conditions set out above. I have filled my full name below in agreement. *
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