The holder of a Class B Certificate of Proficiency may participate in:
- Group formation skydiving activities
- Group night jumps, once briefed and signed off by an SSE.
- A CSPA Coach 1 course
- A CSPA Rigger A course
Completed 15 - 2 ways since A CoP, in the horizontal configuration
Performed a Figure 8 in the “on back” or “sit position” (+/- 45°)
Performed a maneuver series, consisting of right 360 turn, left 360 turn, front-loop, backloop, right barrel roll, left barrel roll in less than 16 sec.
Performed the 3 evaluation jumps and completed the Group FS endorsement
|Sport Canopy Endorsement B|
|Completed 10 self-directed accuracy jumps demonstrating line and angle control during a landing approach, and landing within 15 meters of target||C2, JM, SSI, CDC|
Completed the Sport Canopy "B" Endorsement
Completed the Emergency Procedures Review B
JM, C2, SSI
Completed 50 jumps and accumulated 30 min FF time
Achieved a pass mark of at least 80% on the written exam administered by a CSPA Certificate Administrator.
The evaluations for this CoP are completed by the Signing Officer listed for the appropriate task. These requirements must be witnessed and signed in the logbook by the Coach/Instructor who has the proper rating. During processing of the application, the logbook entries are reviewed with special attention being paid to the specific practical qualifications for this certificate.
All practical skills for this certificate must be achieved prior to writing the "B" CoP exam.
The endorsements required for this certificate are:
These endorsements will be tested by either written testing, verbal questioning and/or practical testing, or a combination of these.
All endorsements for this certificate must be obtained prior to writing the "B" CoP exam.
If your log book does not have an endorsement card, you can obain one here.
The technical knowledge evaluated for this CoP is done during the written examination. Please check the study guide for this CoP to help with exam preparation.
How to Apply
Contact an SSE, so as to determine if requirements and qualifications have been met, prior to applying for a CoP. Each member group normally has at least one SSE.