The course is held by qualified instructors who all have IKO and VDWS certificates and it is divided into 2 parts. The theory lesson lasts about an hour and includes use of multimedia and videos to illustrate the exercises that are later carried out in water.
The individual practical lesson lasts approximately one hour and takes place with both the student and instructor in the water in order to optimize learning times and guarantee maximum safety.
In collaboration with Naish and Prolimit, KTS40 supplies all the equipment free of charge for the whole duration of the course.
During the months when the water is colder, the school also provides drysuits, footwear and neoprene gloves.

Morning theory: 2 hrs

  1. The wind in absolute terms: the direction, intensity, and quality.
  2. How do you measure the intensity of the wind and choose the right kite.
  3. The window of the wind: the airspace where the kite flies.
  4. The 5 emergency systems.
  5. Instructional video: The “Body Drag” and the preparatory exercise to the “Water Star”.

Afternoon practice: 1 hrs

  1. Place the kite at the zenith and assume the correct posture in the water.
  2. Place the kite at 45 degrees to the water, assume the correct posture in the water and take the first sections of navigation without the board downwind (with the wind).
  3. Change of slack downwind.
  4. Piloting the kite so that drawings of the “8” will be found in a gradual manner of the real pulling power of a kite.
  5. Once the kite is by 45 ° towards the water surface, assume the correct posture of the body to be able to travel stretches of upwind navigation (against the wind).
  6. Change of upwind direction.
  7. Relaunch the kite from the water


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