Uplift Drone Training provides flying training, as we believe it is a key component to enable you to enter the drone industry as a confident and competent operator.
We provide drone theory and flight training towards the CAA Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO). We are a CAA approved National Qualified Entity (NQE).
In order to do commercial drone work (any work that is paid) in the UK, you are legally required to have a Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO).
All courses will lead to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Permission for Commercial Operations. Choose from one of our three courses to become certified.
At Uplift Drone Training, we offer three courses taught by experts who all have their CAA Permission.
All courses will lead to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Permission for Commercial Operations.. The CAA Permission for Commercial Operations is required to legally operate drones or Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) for paid work in the UK.
All prices are exclusive of VAT
Uplift Drone Training provides industry leading training courses to enable organisations and individuals to become commercial drone pilots. To fly drones commercially in the UK you need to obtain a PfCO or Permission for Commercial Operations, all Uplift Drone Training courses lead to the applicant obtaining the Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO).
We provide 2 and 3-day training courses. The first two days of each course are the same, the third day on the 3-day course is practical flying training.
You have to complete 3 parts of the PfCO process. These are; A Ground Course that ends in a written exam, producing an Operations Manual and passing a Flight Test. Please see our video that explains the course here. Uplift Drone Training will help you every step of the way.
Our training courses are carried out across 9 specially selected sites around the UK.
From Glasgow to Brighton, Newcastle to Bristol. Hosted in universities to hotels and conference centres. We have selected our sites to cover a range of essential qualities we feel that benefit our course and most importantly our customers.
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