Intro To Drones
Intro to DRONES
Commercial drone applications have grown rapidly across traditional industry sectors. Combined with modern technology, drones are bringing efficiency and effectiveness into filming, surveying, inspections, public safety, and many other industries.
Learn everything about today’s drone industry in this course.
01. What are Drones?
02. Drone Flight Characteristics
03. Success of Drones
04. Looking Forward
05. Industry Applications (Webinar)
Learning Hours: 8 Hours
Access Duration: You have 7 Days access to the course after enrollment
Online with Self-pace and Webinar Components
Anyone interested in drone technology.
What is Drone Pilot Certificate?
Transport Canada released new regulations on Jan 9, 2019, which replaces SFOC with a Drone Pilot Certificate. Similar to driver's license, a drone pilot must pass an online written exam (through Transport Canada website), and an in-person flight review (through a training facility).
What does Ground School teach?
Ground School is a prep course for Transport Canada's online advanced pilot exam.
What does Flight Training teach?
Using DJI Phantom 4 Pro, flight school is a 3-hour prep course for Flight Review. Students can book additional sessions with application focused training.
What does Flight Review entail?
Flight Review is an 1-hour flight test where the pilot is required to complete a drone flight to demonstrate their ability to fly safely.
Does student need to bring a drone for Training?
No. DJI Phantom 4 Pro is included for flight training.
Does student need to bring a drone for Flight Review?
Yes. Students can choose to bring their own drone for flight review, or rent AlteX DJI Phantom 4 Pro package.
Where is Flight Training and Testing located?
In King City, 30 minutes from Toronto.
Free course return policy not applicable.
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