Trampoline Levels and Routines

A guide to Trampoline levels and routines, as specified in the Proficiency Award Scheme (PAS).

Proficiency Award Scheme

In Australia, within the sport of trampolining, there is a grading structure of 10 levels, from Level 1 (beginners) through Level 5 (State/National) to Level 10 (International). Gymnastics Australia call this the Proficiency Award Scheme or PAS.

Each level has required elements including: individual skills, skill combinations, and a routine. All of these must be performed to a sufficient standard to pass.

As the PAS Manual costs $12 from Gymnastics Australia, I am not going to provide all the details here, just the routines for the lower levels to provide newcomers to the sport with a basic idea of what is required for each level.

Level 1

Seat drop
To feet
Tuck jump
Half twist
Straddle jump
Check (stop)

Level 2

Seat drop
Half twist to feet
Tuck jump
Front drop
To feet
Straddle jump
Back drop
To feet

Level 3

Half twist to front drop
To feet
Full twist
Tuck jump
Half twist to seat drop
Swivel hips
Half twist to feet
Straddle jump
Back drop
Half twist to feet

Voluntary routine min DD 1.4

Level 4

Back somersault (tucked)
Seat drop
Half twist to feet
Full twist
Straddle jump
Crash dive
To feet
Half twist
Tuck jump
Front somersault (tucked)

Voluntary routine min DD 2.3




seat drop
Seat drop

front drop
Front drop

back drop
Back drop