No frills drone training from EuroUSC covers the essentials without compromising on quality, leaving out any of the prep work you can do yourself at home, so we can offer you fantastic training at a low price of £660 + VAT.
Even if you have years of experience flying drones, you still legally need to qualify for your PfCO (Permission for Commercial Operations) in order to offer your services as a drone pilot. So you need a drone training course like this one to get you qualified.
We will teach you how to fly safely and within the rules, keeping you and those around you safe and limiting risks for you and your clients.
There are so many applications for drones and the industry is booming, so with our low cost training option - what are you waiting for! Book on one of our drone training courses across the UK today.
What’s involved in professional drone training we hear you ask?! The CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) set out a syllabus that us NQE’s then teach our students in our own unique ways. You’ll attend a 2 day groundschool at a location near you that will blow you away in terms of the quality of the teaching and information you’ll be given. Many of our students have been surprised at how much knowledge they gain over such a short period of time.
You’ll take a test to make sure it’s all sunk in and then go away and put what you’ve learnt in to practice. You won’t be able to wait to get home and start flying! You will also need to complete your own Operations Manual as part of the course requirements. With EuroUSC you will be given some guidance, but you will be expected to complete this in your own time. Then you need to come back for a few hours to take the Flight Skills Test, the final element of drone training.
It’s up to you how much time lapses between your groundschool and your flight skills test, just take the time you need to complete your Operations Manual and practice your flight skills. Then give us a ring and we’ll book you on to one of the final days of one of our courses. You’ll only need to come in for an hour or two. An independent examiner will take you through the test. Then, providing you pass, you’ll be ready to apply for your PfCO (Permission for Commercial Operations). There is a fee to pay the CAA on application. Then you’re off on your own! Free to earn some money from your new found skills.