New Drone Pilot Training Section, Partnership with Canadian Unmanned Inc.
We're excited to offer a new Training resource section where you can access articles and content from our expert drone pilot training partners! Canadian Unmanned Inc. will be providing Canadian-specific content.
About Canadian Unmanned Inc
Canadian Unmanned Inc. (CUI) is an exclusive Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) training provider that evolved from the Canadian Centre for Unmanned Vehicle Systems (CCUVS) and remains "Canada's First Choice" in small UAV ground school training. CUI was the first small UAV / Drone training school in Canada that offered training nationally back in 2009.
Sterling Cripps, founder and Chief Instructor for CUI has successfully trained over 1200 UAV students, representing over 300 businesses both large and small in the commercial sector over the past 7 years. He has also worked closely with several police departments and 3 divisions of the RCMP. CUI has specialized in working with first responders and has trained over 250 uniformed personnel in this field representing over 20 different services.
CUI has a working relationship Transport Canada and NAV CANADA to ensure civil and commercial UAV operators are up to date on regulations and are fully aware of the responsibilities as legitimate airspace users while operating drones. He is one of Canada's leading experts in the provision of small UAV ground school training and in the operation of complex Direct Target Drones.
Canadian Unmanned Offers a Transport Canada Compliant 2 day Ground School for civil and commercial operators which covers the following topics:
- Basic UAS "101"
- Canadian Air Law and Regulations (CAR's)
- Aviation Charts and Canada Flight Supplement
- Aviation Weather
- Special Flight Operating Certificates (SFOC)
- Current Rules and regulations pertaining to Drone flights in Canada
- Communications: Industry Canada Restricted Operator License ROC (A)
Available Nationally, Over 1200 Students Successfully Trained!
For more info, visit www.canadianunmanned.com
Submitted by Jonathan on May 14, 2016 - 3:37pm