Description:I learned paragliding at Gazi University Aviation Club in 2002. I started being an assistant instructor in Gazi University Aviation Club in 2004. In 2005 I became an instructor in Gazi University Aviation Club. I teached beginner level to 150 students, club pilot level to 60 students, SIV and XC training to 20 students for 2 years between 2005 and 2007. In 2007 we founded UcusKulubu paragliding school. Since 2007, within the UcusKulubu paragliding school, I yearly teached 40 students beginner level, 30 students club pilot level, 25 students SIV trainings. Starting from 2003, I went to several Pre-PWC national competitions. In 2008, I ranked as 3rd in Tokat XC-Open National Competition, Turkey. In 2008, I ranked as 3rd in Bayramoren XC-Open National Competition, Turkey. 2010-2013 Turkey aviation association board of education took part in paragliding. education system and the training of trainers in the process worked.
APPI provides a paragliding license based on a high quality of paragliding, and an education system that is recognised internationally among all APPI schools worldwide, and partner Associations and Federations.
APPI certifications awarded to a pilot is internal to the APPI system, and shows no particular right in the country where the activity is done, unless APPI is recognized by the legal authority managing free flight in that country. Your paragliding activity must comply with the laws of the country in which it is performed. Check with the local federation if such an agreement exists. In some countries, APPI is the official education system.