Management Training

Commertial Drone Training: Determining the Busines Benefits of Using Drones


Should your organisation invest in drones or outsource?
To operate a drone commercially in UK airspace you require
a Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO). To obtain
this you need to demonstrate to the CAA (Civil Aviation
Authority) that you are capable of operating a drone safely in
UK airspace.

This course provides you with the knowledge to evaluate and
build a business case for investment in drones (due to the
vast cost savings available in using drone technology) or
determine if it would be better to outsource the equipment
and operatives. In addition, the course enables learners to
understand the requirements of gaining the PfCO.

Course Duration

1 day

Who Should Attend

Persons responsible for procurement or financial implications
of purchase of training or equipment for any organisation
wishing to use drone technology. This course applies to a
wide range of sectors as drone technology can be utilised for
a variety of applications.
For example, anyone who either commissions or carries
out inspections across a wide range of sectors including
construction, infrastructure, property, utilities, mining,
maritime and emergency response etc.

Entry Qualifications

Summary of Outcomes

Understand the financial and business case for using
drones for inspection.

Appreciate the legal and response implications for either
in-house or externally sourced inspections.

Investigate the range of sensors available for imagery to
include visual, thermal, multispectral and Lidar.

Course cost

150 eligable for SDF Funding 0


...building for the future...

Training Wales Logo