Drone Training is now offered in the South-West
UAVAir is offering CAA approved Drone Training throughout the UK. Learn about Unmanned Aviation from Airline Pilots and Professional Drone operators!
Become a Professional Drone Pilot in just 3 consecutive days , with our Integrated Drone Training Course.
It is our mission to offer professional Drone Training throughout the UK, with the view to expand internationally in the very near future. To meet our ambitions and due to high demand for our course, we are now pleased to announce new course locations in the South-West of England, and South Wales. The new venues are:
- Exeter Racecourse, Devon
- Chepstow Racecourse, Monmouthshire
Dates for the first UAQ courses at these locations are:
- 23rd – 25th January 2016 – Chepstow Racecourse
- 13th – 15th February 2016 – Chepstow Racecourse
- 17th – 19th March 2016 – Exeter Racecourse
UAVAir offer CAA Approved Drone Training, and once you have successfully completed one of our courses, you will gain your UAQ – Unmanned Aviation Qualification. This qualification will allow you to seek employment as a professional Drone operator with an existing Drone company, or you could even start your own business, which is a popular route that many new pilots choose to take.
We are currently offering 3 different types of courses, all depending on your personal preferences and wether you already have prior experience in Aviation.
Learn more about our courses and which course is right for you on our Drone courses page.
Are you keen to learn more about a career in Unmanned Aviation, then why not check our recent blog post. A Career in Unmanned Aviation.
Should you already have an established company, then the following blog post may offer you some insights into what is possible with Drones. How your Business can benefit from Drones.
Here is what one of our recent students had to say after completing the UAQ Course.
“As a novice, I was concerned that the course would be too intense and technical. The course study material and tests that you have to complete in advance is excellent. It allows you to proceed at your own pace and arrive at the course fully prepared. The course covers a lot in a relatively short time but it is cleverly structured into modules to help with this and more time can be allocated to areas which need more development. It is a well thought out and well delivered course, I would recommend it to anyone wanting to fly UAVs whether for aerial work or not, as it develops safe behaviour and responsible flying, something that the industry is going to need if it is to address the concerns of the general public.”
A Drone is also known as a UAV – Unmanned Aerial Vehicle / UAS – Unmanned Aerial System / RPAS – Remotely Piloted Aircraft System / SUAS – Small Unmanned Aircraft System.