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Construction and inspection is a safety critical environment. UAV operators deploying drone technology in this area need comprehensive training and support. Our engineering specific course is designed to deliver operationally deployable and qualified drone pilots in all infrastructure sectors.

The Unmanned Aircraft Qualification (UAQ) training package allows organizations and individuals to increase their productivity and operational safety by integrating online learning, ground school, flight training and assessments.

No UAV experience is necessary, and we give you basic, advanced, and vital scenario training for your sector. We also offer flexibility to use your onsite location for additional cost savings and ease of venue.

Course Structure: 5 days:

  • Ground School days 1 & 2
  • Basic flight training
  • Customized Ground School modules (low level hazards, ground hazards, RAMS, and multi-occupancy work)
  • Advanced flight training (inspection scenarios, urban flight profiles, collision avoidance, flight test maneuvers, working under pressure, data management and delivery)

Scenarios Included:

  • Congested areas
  • Asset inspection
  • Urban flight planning and execution
  • Rapid deployment
  • Operating with other industry professionals

All scenarios are designed to utilize deployment of two operators as part of a comprehensive safety management system.

A UAQ qualification from Consortiq, which is designed to help you prepare for the FAA Aeronautical Test for your Part 107.
“ “During Drone Flight Essentials, John imparted some truly valuable insights based on his own extensive operational experience. I learned a lot during the course and feel much more confident in my practical understanding of how to safely operate drones now.””
Daniel Levine, Owner and CEO

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