UAVAir offers drone courses for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS). We offer a Unmanned Aircraft Qualification (UAQ) and are a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Nationally Qualified Entity for Small Unmanned Aircraft (NQE SUA).
Industrial sectors within the UK ranging from Agriculture to Renewable energy, and Offshore to Film and Television, are exploring the applications of drone technology, enabling a safer and more cost effective approach to aerial operations.
See also: What is a drone licence?
If you are interested in flying drones in your current business, as an enhancement of your capability, or even if you are totally new to this exciting new market, find out more about our drone training courses and how these can help you to start using drones in 2017.
The UAVAir UAQ drone course will allow you to gain employment as a professional drone pilot and/or enable you to apply for your PfCO. We are the only NQE whose Unmanned Aircraft Qualification (UAQ) is dual-recognised; not only by the CAA but also by OfQual as an academic recognition of your capabilities as a drone pilot.
This is for anybody wishing to receive private instruction on how to operate their drone safely and efficiently.
We have collaborated with Surrey Search and Rescue to develop a tailored, context-specific training course for Search and Rescue (SAR) teams.
UAVAir is pleased to offer our Unmanned Aircraft Qualification (UAQ) Media course, an end-to-end course aimed at giving those working in TV and video production all the practical and theoretical skills to begin to operate drones safely and efficiently.
UAVAir is pleased to offer all of our candidates the ability to receive a worldwide academically recognised qualification along with our Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved UAQ drone training course. All candidates will be able to receive a Level 3 or Level 4 qualification from ProQual in the Remote Piloting of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.