Too advanced - what a crock. Just give it a go on the buddy cord first. So, what's different to your trainer.
You can restart the motor in flight
Will go where you point it - ie nowhere near the self righting characteristics of your trainer
Will want to pitch up when under power - this catches a lot of people trying e-gliders for the first time
Much more efficient airframe so it will pick up speed quickly
Anyway you have to make the leap sometime so I say whack it on the buddy cord first and get someone experienced to help you out until your comfortable flying it.