The beginner's course (also called "basic course") is exactly the right choice if you want to learn kitesurfing and already have previous sporting experience in water, snow and wind sports or if you're learning board sports particularly quickly.
The basic course comprises (depending on the wind) an average of 2 to 3 teaching days with a total of 8 teaching hours. This can vary depending on the center.
In order to be able to practice and internalize the movements you have learned, you will have a lot of practical training time in the second part of the course.
In a learning group of 2 to 6 people you will learn the important elements of kitesurfing. The course is designed in such a way that you can then safely practice independently.
The content of the basic course:
- Material science and material assembly and dismantling
- Safety training on land and in the water
- Flight exercises with the trainer kite
- Theoretical basics
- Water launch of the kite (relaunch)
- body drags
- Water start with the board
- The first meters driven on the downwind course