Our Remote Pilot’s License course uses the latest CASA endorsed guidelines and syllabus from June 2017. The changes from the old syllabus represent a significant lifting of standards in terms of provider quality requirements and course content and reflect the latest in pilot knowledge and skill requirements.
We can provide up to sub 25kg for multirotor, as well a fixed wing accreditation. However, our basic course is for multirotor sub 7 kg. If you are interested in sub 25kg or fixed wing we would be happy to discuss with you.
– The market for drone technology has been estimated by PriceWaterhouseCoopers to grow to US$127 billion by 2020.
– Successful completion of this course may provide career opportunities for graduates as a UAV operator within a range of roles in various sectors, for example, in agriculture, surveying, infrastructure, emergency services or aerial imagery. In addition, the skills gained through the course will assist graduates as an addition to their skill base when applying for jobs in a variety of areas. For example, as a surveyor or in construction.
– Industries where drone technology is being particularly quickly adopted include:
|Media and Communications
||Movies and Television
Combination of online (circa 7 days), in-class and practical training (7 days) (for multirotor).
Contact us for the next available date in your State.
Module 1: General introduction and overview of the course
Module 2: Airspace, charts and other aeronautical publications (theory training)
Module 3: Basic aviation knowledge for RPA (theory training)
Module 4: Electrical and electronic systems for RPA (theory training)
Module 5: Meteorology for RPA (theory training)
Module 6: Human performance for RPA (theory training)
Module 7: RPA knowledge of operations and procedures (theory training)
Module 8: Operation rules and rules of the air for RPA (theory training)
Module 9: Pre and post operation actions and procedures for RPA
Module 10: Energy management for RPA
Module 11: Manage other persons in relation to RPA operation
Module 12: Navigation for RPA operations
Module 13: Non-technical skills for operation of RPA
Module 16 – RPA that is multirotor
You must be over 16 years’ of age and/or completed Year 10 (or equivalent).
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.