As drones take off in popularity for industrial and personal use, it’s even more important to know how to fly one properly. Transport Canada regulates the use of drones and our industry professionals can get you up to speed on the rules.
There are serious consequences for flying where you’re not supposed to or endangering safety. Our industry professionals offer flight training familiarization to get you up speed quickly and efficiently on the ‘do’s and don’t’s’ of using your drone.
Read up on what Transport Canada needs you to know. If you can operate under the Basic or Advanced license or if you need to apply for a Special Flight Operation Certificate (SFOC) with Transport Canada, we can help you with the paperwork and refer you to trainers. Transport Canada will bring in new standardized training rules for drones in early 2017. At that time, AgCon Aerial Corp will become a certified training centre.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT BUT TRAINING MAKES BETTER
RPAS GROUND SCHOOL See Store for Dates
RPAS Ground School will provide the knowledge required to pass Transport Canada’s Basic or Advanced License exam. Whether you plan to fly commercially or are just a hobbyist You will learn everything needed to become a competent pilot. The biggest thing that recreational flyers don’t know or understand is the airspace around us and where fly or not to fly.
DRONE FLIGHT TRAINING TBD – FLEXIBLE DATES
AgCon Aerial offers group sessions or personalized drone flight training programs. These range from basic flight commands to advanced manoeuvres as well as the different flight controllers to perform repeatable waypoint missions or complex mapping missions
ADVANCED OPERATOR’S FLIGHT REVIEW
To obtain your Transport Canada RPAS Advanced Operator’s licence you need to have a flight review completed by a flight reviewer from one of Transport Canada’s self-declared training providers.
Read full PDF here
Book your flight review with AgCon in BC, Alberta or Saskatchewan.
DRONE SOFTWARE TRAINING
Included in your purchase price, our professionals will train you on the specific software training needed for each drone,
including DJI Go, DroneDeploy, MapPilot, Honeycomb and Pix4D.
We can also provide infield training and range services in Alberta and Saskatchewan.