Multi Rotor Drone Training - Remote Pilot Licence
Our 2019 RePL Commercial Drone Pilot Licence courses are aligned with the new Part101 MoS due to be effective from the end of 2018.
We are the only CASA approved RePL drone training organisation providing sub 7kg and sub 25kg Multi Rotor, Aeroplane, Helicopter and soon Powered Lift RePL drone training courses in Brisbane, and nationwide on request, with the option of E-VLOS (and FPV), night operations (N-VLOS), close proximity (CP-VLOS) and populous area operations.
Wanting to to setup or integrate drones into your business, then our Drone Strategy Consulting service offers a turnkey solution encompassing training, operations and drones.
In line with the new draft Part 101 MOS (released 24 Sept 2018), whereby ReOC holders will be able to obtain approvals for E-VLOS, using FPV as an adjunct to visual observations, we have developed a new course and service to assist you in applying for your E-VLOS approval.
Drone Night Flying N-VLOS Certification courses are also available to help Chief Remote Pilots and Pilots flying under a ReOC to meet and comply with their special operations and procedures.
Whether you fly excluded or included RPA, our Drone Mapping and Surveying Course, 3D Modelling Course and / or our Drone Photography and Waypoint Course will help you develop your skills and business opportunities in the fast growing drone application industry.
Want To Fly Drones For A Living in 2019?
Whether you want to add aerial capabilities to your existing arsenal of work skills, or are just looking for a new career path, then become a CASA certified remote pilot through one of our drone licence training courses that will cover you for the new legislation changes coming in next year. Aerial photography using drones is more popular than ever, but many industries are turning to remotely piloted aircraft to save time and money, reduce risks and perform tasks that were impossible less than a decade ago.
RePL Courses as per the new Part101 MoS, and Drone Rego / Accreditation
With a Remote Pilot Licence (RePL) and operating under an ReOC, you are able to fly drones up to 25kg, and obtain permissions and exemptions from the restrictive Standard Operating Conditions, when required. The new Part101 MoS (expected Dec 2018) integrates the October Directive and AC's and will give RePL holders under or with ReOC's more autonomy with increased accountability. This means E-VLOS is also possible now.
The new Part101 MoS is due to be implemented by year end, and will change the way in which you obtain an RePL and apply for an ReOC in 2019. In addition, Drone Registration for all drones over 250g, and mandatory training / accreditation for the hobbyist and sub 2kg excluded category will be implemented mid 2019.