Federation Uni & IfDT Drone Induction Flight Basics Course
This course is provided in partnership between The Institute for Drone Technology & Federation University. Drone technology is rapidly advancing in: media & communications, building & construction, agriculture, environmental science and research, infrastructure, emergency services, surveying, conservation & land management, mining and much more. By learning to operate a drone now you will stand out as a candidate in your industry. This course is open to the students and staff of Federation University only.
The course has an online component and a practical component. The online component is based on four modules from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Remote Pilot Licence course.
The online component consists of learning and some formative assessments, and will take about a full day to complete. However, we recommend you undertake the online component in a self-paced manner over a period of time to assist with better learning.
The practical component is a full day of practical flight training, and include a formal assessment of safe flying skill.
Enrollment closes on the 1st of February 2019 and delivery will take place on successive days from 16th to 22nd February, 2019 at The Centre of Drone Excellence at Lardner Park near Warragul.
The number of participants is strictly limited so we encourage you to enroll now. This will also give you ample time to complete the online component over the summer holidays.
You can contact us at email@example.com or on 1800 DRONETECH
There is an online component and a practical component. The online component will take anywhere from a few hours to a couple of days depending on the pre-existing knowledge of the trainee.
The practical component consists of a flight assessment that can take a few hours (for already skilled pilots) to a day (for beginners).
1/ Human Performance of RPA (theory training)
2/ RPA knowledge of operations and procedures (theory training)
3/ Electrical and electronic systems for RPA (theory training)
4/ Operation rules and rules of the air for RPA (theory training)
You will need to bring personal protective equipment to the course, including sunglasses, sunscreen, sturdy shoes, a hat and water bottle.
You do not need your own drone to do the course, however it is highly recommended that you do have one for practice in your own time.