Do you want to be a part of an industry that’s rapidly evolving and offers new and exciting opportunities? More and more businesses are identifying that drones can improve their operations and increase commercial opportunities, enabling them to capitalise on the growing demand for remote pilot capabilities.
The drone industry is growing and developing rapidly and there are now significant career opportunities awaiting those with a remote pilot licence. As a leading provider of flight training and drone courses, Aviation Australia recognises that drones and associated technologies present a wealth of opportunities for individuals and businesses across a wide range of industries, including real estate, infrastructure and entertainment.
Aviation Australia has delivered certified remote pilot training in partnership with our training division Remote Aviation (CASA.ReOC.1006 training approval) to over a thousand remote pilots across Australia. We have developed courses that directly correlate to skills needed in the industry including filming, surveying, inspection, research and agriculture applications. We have assisted a wide range of businesses and departments with gaining their operational approvals and structuring their remotely piloted aircraft policy and procedures.
We have assisted hundreds of businesses across Australia helping them to implement and expand their RPAS capabilities. Our training can be customised to your individual requirements providing consulting for:
Our training options are flexible and conducted at a location convenient for your staff.
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Aviation Australia is approved by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training as a Skills Assure Supplier to deliver the Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot) AVI30419 through the VET in Schools (VETiS) program.
Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) is funded by the VET investment budget and is fee-free for eligible students.
The drone industry is still quite new but rapidly evolving.
Thanks to ongoing technological advances drones are finding their way into many industries such as Oil & Gas, Construction and Mining. These industries are using drones for services such as:
Unmanned aircraft will continue to replace manned aircraft for many tasks due to their efficiency and reduced operating expenses, the opportunities are endless in this exciting industry.