This drone Flight Review Preparation is designed for people who have successfully passed their Advanced RPAS exam but still require their Flight Review. It is for prospective pilots who require additional training with the Transport Canada requirements, such as normal and emergency operating procedures and controlled airspace checklists and protocols. The Flight Review Preparation course adheres to the regulatory changes made by Transport Canada, effective June 1 2019, and industry’s technology shift towards safe, effective, and efficient operations.
This course is designed to ensure the Advanced RPAS Pilot-candidate's is prepared to verify their ability to fly their RPAS in an advanced operational environment.
Student Self-Study Requirements: Successfully passed the Transport Canada Advanced RPAS exam, and a valid Transport Canada Certificate of Registration. Students are required to bring their own Safety-Assured drone to the class, and will learn to answer specific questions about their aircraft and its specifications/limitations. Students will also learn to perform a site survey that meets Transport Canada requirements, in addition to practicing a flight with objectives that will be constructively reviewed by the Flight Reviewer
We are also able to administer the Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate (ROC-A) credential recognized by Transport Canada and Industry, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada to legally operate a Aeronautical Radio in Canada. This credential is required by NAV Canada to operate in Advanced or Complex flight environments, however it is not mandatory to write the ROC-A exam. It is optional only.
The cost of the Flight Review Preparation is not included in the cost of our Advanced RPAS course.
The cost of the Flight Review Preparation is not included in the cost of the Advanced Flight Review.
For prospective pilots who require additional training with the Transport Canada requirements, such as normal and emergency operating procedures and controlled airspace checklists and protocols.
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All required data elements for interfacing with NAV Canada to fly your drone in controlled airspace
Review of equipment set-up, site selections and safety steps prior to launch
Review of flight to ensure safe, stable, cruising speed maintain with control of the aircraft through all phases of flight
Review of the steps that must be taken before the Review can be considered completed
Our Advanced Flight Review Methodology was last audited by the Transport Canada RPAS Center for Excellence in February 2020, and meets the TP15395 Flight Reviewer's Guide for Pilots of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
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