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Safety Kite offer

Training offer in Polandkitesurfing training in Jastarnia and on the Hel Peninsula.

Individual courseA course for two A course for three
1 h – 190 PLN 1 h – 150 PLN per person 1 h – 110 PLN per person
2 h – 380 PLN 2 h – 300 PLN per person 2 h – 220 PLN per person
6 h – 1020 PLN 6 h – 800 PLN per person 6 h – 600 PLN per person
12 h – 1900 PLN 12 h – 1200 PLN per person 12 h – 900 PLN per person
16 h – 2400 PLN 16 h – 1500 PLN per person 16 h – 1100 PLN per person

Training in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura individual course A course for two A course for three
1 h – 500 PLN 1 h – 400 PLN per person 1 h – 380 PLN per person
2 h – 1000 PLN 2 h – 800 PLN per person 2 h – 760 PLN per person
6 h – 2730 PLN 6 h – 2184 PLN per person 6 h – 2074 PLN per person
12 h – 5100 PLN 12 h – 4080 PLN per person 12 h – 3876 PLN per person
16 h – 6400 PLN 16 h – 5120 PLN per person 16 h – 4864 PLN per person
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We train according to the framework and guidelines of PZKite:

Level I PZKite with SafetyKite

  • Ability to show direction. Indication of some simple methods of wind verification. 
  • Ability to determine the direction of the wind. Indication of possible wind directions, also in relation to the land (short characteristics and threats related to onshore, offshore, sideshore).
  • Knowledge of the construction of a training kite. Basic components: abdomen, back, leading and trailing edge, lines, bridle.
  • Knowledge of the basic safety rules: choosing the right place to set up and start the kite, identifying hazards, being able to use the safety systems of the training kite. Understanding the threats resulting from the characteristics of the water area and weather conditions. 
  • Knowing the international signs of communication. Land me, start, I need help.
  • Ability to control a small training kite. On the edge of the windshield, move in the power zone, twisting and unscrewing the lines.
  • Knowledge of the wind window. Edge of the windshield, power zone, kite position – hourly shot, awareness of the kite’s “firing range”).
  • Knowledge of the construction of a kite and the ability to prepare the equipment and properly secure it on the beach. Overview of the most important elements of the structure: edges, upper cover, lower cover, control cables, power lines, bridle, valves for inflating and deflating air, one pump. Construction of the bar and explanation of how the depower works, and how to draw and release the bar.
  • Ability to move the kite safely on the beach, carrying in the “kite smiling” position, covering with sand, a tip on how to easily turn large kites.
  • Become familiar with the operation of the safety systems of 4/5 line kites. 
    Principles of skidding operation at CL. Overview and illustration of the kite’s behavior with one line taut. Overview of the operating principle of skidding through leash.
  • Ability to fold a kite and roll up a bar. Retracting “long and short”, paying attention to carefulness when winding the bar.
  • Ability to assist in taking off and landing a kite. Position C, positioning the body so that the kite does not hit us, discussing the signals for taking off and landing.
  • The ability to switch the kite between two users (in the water, in the air, on the shore) with an emphasis on switching the kite lying on the water, if possible, to 3 or 9 and grasping the chicken loop always above the skidding (do not put your fingers inside).
  • Ability to control the kite on the edge of the windshield (in the range of 3 – 9 hours. We start with the work of the kite in a narrow range, close to the zenith. 
  • Ability to travel with a kite in the air. Explanation of the positioning of the kite on the right or better side of the windshield to facilitate movement
  • The ability to temper the bar. Sensing the optimal “draw” of the bar to get the kite to work properly.
  • The ability to let go of the bar in case of an emergency. Practicing the reflex to start the bar on the slogan “let go of the bar!”
  • Ability to use security systems. Individual use of skidding by the trainee.
  • Ability to restart the kite from the water. Line / bar methods.
  • Ability to control in the power zone. Slow movements between 1 and 11 o’clock.
  • The ability to unscrew the lines of the kite. Explaining the purposefulness of unscrewing the power lines, demonstrating the operation of the kite on twisted (steering) lines
  • Ability to use the “depower trimmer”. Practicing trimming the kite with a depower by the trainee.
  • The ability to land a kite with the help of an assistant. Exercise performed in water.
  • Basics of the right of way based on the KSPD. The principle of right and left tack, the principle of lowering and lifting the kite to the zenith when passing kitesurfers. Keeping a safe distance, etc.
  • Body dragging ability: kite in one position, eights at zenith, kite operation on one side of the wind window between 12 and 3 or 12 and 9, maintaining height while gaining height.

Level II PzKite with SafetyKite

  • The ability to launch a kite with the help of an assistant (choosing the right angle to the wind). Exercise performed in water.
  • Ability to control a kite with one hand. Paying attention to the correct placement of the hand on the bar and on the work with the elbow.
  • Ability to swim with body drags. Keeping height with the plank, gaining height with the plank.
  • The ability to recover a board in deep water. Explanation of the rules of body drags after losing the board (controlling its location by “counting down”).
  • Knowledge of the theory of take-off with a board (body position before take-off, kite operation).
  • The ability to put on the board and maintain the starting position. Using the handle to make it easier to turn a large board.
  • The ability to take off from water and swim a short distance. The preparatory exercises include lifting the student’s hands on the beach, simulating a kite string, steady pull “- the student works with the kite in the range of 45 degrees – zenith – 45 degrees, generating a constant thrust. At the same time, it edges the board and senses the power of the kite while gradually adding it. The starting position of the kite is 10 or 2 o’clock. Thanks to the board edging, the start is at an angle of 90 degrees to the wind, it is much easier to learn sharpening, at the end of the exercise, pay attention to pointing the board with its beak slightly downwind (straightening the front leg).
  • The ability to stop in a controlled manner. Initially, the trainee leads the kite to the zenith. Then it stops edging and letting go of the bar.
  • Ability to swim in both directions without maintaining height. To make 200-300 meter tacks with a controlled stop. Learning to work a kite and stopping it on the edge at a 45-degree angle to generate a stable thrust.
  • Ability to land a kite by itself using a safety system. Launch of skidding, self landing (using skidding).
  • The ability to retrieve lines and kite in an emergency in the water, shallow and deep water – exercises. Discussion of behavior in offshore conditions, argumentation and explanation of why we “oil” the board.

Level III PZKite with SafetyKite

  • Ability to “hold altitude”. The position of the kite in the windshield, the position of the rider on the board.
  • Ability to maintain the correct body position while kitesurfing. Seven body positions, rotation of the whole body in the direction of swimming.
  • Ability to swim sharply to the wind and gain altitude, tack theory, dead angle, balance between speed and course in relation to the wind.
  • Ability to fall off. The work of the kite, positioning the board against the wind.
  • The ability to make turns. Discussion of the work of the kite and the work of the board and the synchronization of these elements.
  • Ability to select the equipment to the prevailing conditions and own skills. The trainee presents his own equipment selection proposal before the start of the classes, the instructor approves it.
  • The ability to choose a place to take off and swim. The trainee assesses the spot, water and land conditions, indicates possible dangers, and a convenient place for taking off, swimming and landing the kite.
  • Ability to behave in deep water. Self-rescue action, recovery of the board and restart of the kite in deep water.
  • Ability to react in emergency situations. Kite braiding – procedure + training on the water.
  • Complementary items (at any time):
  • Knowledge of the basic types of kites and their characteristics. Bow, C-shape, Hybrid, Delta, Bailiff – overview of the most important features of these kites.
  • Threats on the spot. Reefs, tides, nets, currents, animals, other water users.
  • Knowledge of possible organization of traffic on the water: Zones (on the water, landing / take-off, prohibitions, orders, restrictions).

Level IV PZKite with SafetyKite

  • Knowledge of the right of way by KSPD, and basic safety rules. Full knowledge of the right of way.
  • The ability to make and land a simple jump. Discussion of safety rules, the amount of space needed to jump and “emergency” scenarios – throwing a board, landing on the butt. Overview of the work of the kite and the work of the board.
  • Ability to swim in boundary conditions. Effective kite operation, generating apparent wind.
  • Driving ability in switch position. Determining the lead leg and choosing the tack with which to start the exercises. Kite position at 1 or 11 o’clock, rotation of the board over the rear edge, load on the front edge by correct body position.
  • Ability to swim in wavy water. Discussion of the footwork, principles of operation of the “surf” and a simple kicking out of the wave.
  • Basic skills related to servicing the equipment. Trimming the bar, replacing the tube, sticking a kite patch.