Here is what most 101 pilot certification course providers prefer you to know before you attend.
Being prepared means you are more likely to achieve a high pass level in your exams.
- to have read through CAA’s rule part 101, and part 102 advisory circulars (AC’s) which you can download from the Resources Tab
- to have flown around 20 hours with your drone so you can manoeuvre it naturally and with confidence. You can download a flight manoeuvre booklet before attending so you can practice. We also show you a video after you have booked and paid your deposit, so you can visualize the pattern you will need to fly, and understand the pre-flight checklist drone certification companies will expect you to know. For visual learners, this is a helpful reference.
- not all companies expect you to have …
Extra resources to help you assimilate the course information easily are also in the Resources Tab including pages 6 to 9 of CAA’s airspace Gap booklet.