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Applicable in Norway only, due to local CAA requirements

Applicable in Norway only, due to local CAA requirements

 

Day and time:

2nd - 3rd December, 8:30am - 3:30pm

11th - 12th February, 8:30am - 3:30pm

Location: Jegertunet 64, 4990 Sondeled, Norway See: https://goo.gl/maps/tPuBazAog4E2
Cost (EUR): 990,- (minidrone included)
Duration: 2 Days
Prerequisite:  The course is ideal for non- or low experienced pilots.
Remarks: Attending to Pilot briefing 8:30am is mandatory (every morning) to get a flying permit​
Deadline:  2 weeks in advance
Registration status:  Available
Special Information:  


The Pilot BASIC Multicopter is an introduction to VLOS (visual line of sight) operations and are ideal for non-experienced pilots. This is the first step to obtain a Commercial Remote Pilot status.

The course covers all necessary topics and operational procedures in basic flight training. This is also the tool any novice pilot needs to develop and hone the flying skills and build enough experience to pass a Proficiency Check at a later point.

 

 

Day and time:

3rd - 5th December, 8:30am - 3:30pm

12th - 14th February, 8:30am - 3:30pm

Location: Jegertunet 64, 4990 Søndeled, Norway See: https://goo.gl/maps/tPuBazAog4E2
Cost (EUR): 1500,-
Duration: 3 Days
Prerequisite:  The course is ideal for medium experienced VLOS pilots. Minimum total accumulated flight time is 25 hours.
Remarks: Attending to Pilot briefing 8:30am is mandatory (every morning) to get a flying permit
Registration deadline:  2 weeks in advance of start
Registration status:  Available
Special Information:  

Pilot PRO Multicopter is a flight training course that will lead to a Commercial Remote Pilot competence (CRP certificate), upon passing the skill test. The course is intended for pilots who will fly multicopter single-rotor helicopter in all operator classes. The aim of the course is to cover the knowledge required in the drone regulations BSL A 7-1:

§36 / 46 - Pilot and PIC must be able to demonstrate sufficient skills that flight can take place safely and in line with the regulations. The skills must be kept up to date through maintenance training.

§47 / 49/51 - The general air traffic rules apply to umanned aircrafts.

§48 / 54 - Pilot/PIC are obliged to know the current airspace organization. Pilot and commander are also required to familiarize themselves with the current airspace classification and responsible air traffic service unit for the area in which an operation is planned to be carried out.

Between the flight sessions, during battery re-charging, we will provide theoretical topics in relation to standard flying operations. Since the course is weather dependent, the course program can be changed along the way.

The pilot is practicing the specified training patterns for single and multi-rotor flight program and performing the skill test for this program at the end of the last day.

The pilot must bring and use own drone (provided by own company).

The pilots who pass the skilltest will receive a Commercial Remote Pilot (CRP) certificate.

Prerequisites and rules for permit to fly:

  • Participants must have passed the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority's E-exam and must be able to provide proof of this.
  • Participants will operate under their own company license, unless otherwise specifically agreed.
  • The course starts with safety briefing at. 8:30. NB: In order to get a permit to fly, you must have participated in the safety briefing from the start, so meet up in time.
  • All vessels used during the course must be insured in accordance with the regulations. EC785 / 2004. The owner / user of the vessel must be able to present a valid insurance certificate before the flight can start.
  • The aircraft shall be marked in accordance with The Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority's regulations.
  • Aircraft and other systems must be updated to the latest software version that is quality assured by the manufacturer (Beta or unofficial software is not allowed to use)

 

 

Applicable in Norway only, due to local CAA requirements

Day and time: 17th January, 09:00am - 03:00pm
Cost (EUR): 600
Location: WEBinar at your PC
Prerequisite:  Experienced pilots RO-2 / RO-3 within the media, real estate, contractor and others.
Dealine One week prior to course day
Registration status: Available 
Special Information:  

This course gives an introduction to how operations can be carried out with high safety, due to a carefully planned safety regime, even if the distance is reduced within the 50m/150m perimeter (ref. § 51 a and b in BSL A 7-1).

The course reviews how to perform safety assessement in different scenarios and conditions. The course is suitable for RO-2 operators who needs to qualify for RO-3 or for RO-3 operators who have not previously received an approved exemption from §51.

The course will also provide good guidance on which elements can be decisive in the operation manual, before it can be approved by the Civil Aviation Authority for this types of assignment.

Currently in Norwegian language only

 

Date & Time: 2th - 4th April, 09am - 15pm
Pris (EUR): 600,- (w/o V.A.T.)
Prerequisite:  More than 50 hours logged airborne time
Registration Deadline:  22nd Mars
Participant status: Enrollment available 
Special Information: N/A

Flying Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) is highly relevant to many operators in order to perform cost-effective operations. BVLOS is an advanced form of unmanned operation.

This introduction is a basic review of what BVLOS flying entails, how to plan and conduct such operations, how to be aquainted with dynamic risk analysis in real-time with ready-to-execute emergency procedures during flight, what is required from the pilot, other crew and support personell, and get a good knowledge of all operational phases during implementation. We also go through requirements and possible technical solutions.

Part of the course is to carry out a simple, simulated BVLOS operation after planning using a software simulator that is downloaded on your own PC.

The course gives the participants good insight into the planning and practical implementation of BVLOS operations with as low a risk as possible. In addition, the course provides valuable information for those who need further development of the operational manual (OM) targeted for future BVLOS operations.

 

Date & Time: 20th - 22th May, 08:30am - 4:00pm
Pris (EUR): 1500,- (w/o V.A.T.)
Location: Hangarveien 21, Sandefjord Airport (Torp), Norway
Prerequisite:  More than 50 hours logged airborne time
Registration Deadline: 6th May
Participant status: Enrollment available 
Special Information: N/A

BVLOS Pilot PRO course gives the pilot a comprehensive hands-on training into the practical implementation of BVLOS operations.

The course is a complete training in planning, implementation and operational procedures for flights with a range more than one nautical mile and an endurance longer than 30 minutes.

This in-depth training adresses all operational phases. In the simulator the pilot will be able to switch between manual flight and autopilot, both during departure, enroute and during landing. The pilot will be trained to operate as a Pilot-in-Command at our Mission Control Center.

Emphasis has been placed on safety (risk analysis), planning & preparation before, during and after the flight. Managing procedures for emergency procedures (link-loss, engine failure, GNSS degeneration) will be mandatory. Each sortie will be followed by a de-briefing after the operation is completed. 

How to order: Call +47 90157393 to schedule an appointment
Cost (EURO): 200,- (excl. VAT)
Location:

Skoppum, Ski og Rakkestad (NORWAY)

Prerequisites:  Pilots who needs a skilltest for Commercial Remote Pilot status or an annual recurrency check (see: Training pattern for single- and multirotor aircrafts)
Remarks: Make sure you bring fully charged batteries

Skilled pilots is a main factor to mitigate accidents and satisfy the operators safety and quality measures.

Pilot skills have a tendency to deteriorate over time if a recurrency training is insufficient or non-existent. To develop and ensure flying skills the pilot needs to train regularly and the only way to determine if the pilot satisfy the minimum standard of compliance is to undergo a proficiency check. If the proficiency check is passed, the pilot will also have an impartially document as a proof of currency.

Typical Candidate:
  • Have not taken any of our courses (Pilot BASIC og Pilot PRO for Multicopter or single rotor helicopter)
  • Proficient UAV pilot who has self studied our pattern program
  • Pilot who works for an operator with a rolling agreement with us.

The pilot brings his own aircraft. The check must be flown in either MANUAL-mode or ATTI/ALTI-mode (e.g. must be able to switch off GNSS mode). 

 

Day & time Call 90157393 to make an appointment. For operators with an annual PC-contract the Chief Pilot will make a schedule for the pilots.
Cost (EURO): Single pilots 200,- or 150,-/pilot (requires minimum three pilotes form same operator. During the ordering process use VIP-code: PCheck).
Location:

TBD

Prerequisites:  Pro pilots with the need for an annual recurrency
Spesielle opplysninger: Make sure you bring fully charged batteries for at least one hour flying

 

To make sure that the pilots meets the minimum required flight skills under operations on behalf of the company, flying skills must not deteriorate over time. Skilled pilots are one of the key factors to prevent accidents and mishaps.

An annual (or periodic) proficiency check (PC) is an important quality assurance if it is performed by an objective educational institution, because evaluation is performed by experienced inspectors who measure the skill in relation to a standard. Each and individual pilot is ensured an equal judgement because two auditors make their assessment, independent of each other. A PC also makes a positive contribution to the development of good safety culture and airmanship.

In addition, the Civil Aviation Authority sets requirements for airworthiness in the Regulations §28 and §36, where the pilot / commander must be able to demonstrate sufficient skills that flight can take place safely and in line with the regulations.

Upon passing the PC, the pilot will be granted with a "current" status on his certificate. The pilot (and Chief Pilot, if any) will automatically be notified of the time for the new PC, two months before the expiry date.

The pilot must bring his own aircraft to perform the PC.