IMPORTANT NOTES FOR BEGINNER COURSE ATTENDEES: Flight cannot be guaranteed by ANY Paramotor School or Training Program – For example: a college can’t guarantee that someone will earn their degree if enrolled in the school… It is extremely rare, however, uncontrollable factors like weather or even a student’s personal ability to learn could cause a Student to not finish the program within the set number of Paramotor Training days. Should this happen, BlackHawk will address the situation on an individual basis, however, if our Instructors feel that a student is not ready to fly, the Instructor will have the absolute final say. There are NO REFUNDS FOR PARAMOTOR TRAINING. If uncontrollable circumstances are presented, the student may re-schedule a time to complete the remainder of the program in the future.
If a student purchases their own equipment to train on (instead of using our provided School equipment), the student will be expected to assemble their Frames, Quads, or Trikes in order to practice assembly and learn this important process. This should be done with your Instructor. Of course all engines will be built by our Professional Mechanics, however, the remainder of the assembly is the Student’s responsibility and part of the Training experience at our California location. Knowing how to reassemble your gear upon returning home is important. Upon completing Training, Students must disassemble their equipment for shipment to their home (this includes the disassembly of the Frame, Quad, or Trike, removal of the prop, and completely emptying the machine of any gas). If you would like BlackHawk to assemble or disassemble your equipment for you, advance notice must be given (no less than one week prior to your Lessons starting) and a minimum of a $100 charge per assembly / disassembly may be applied.
NO REFUNDS ON PARAMOTOR TRAINING