Weekly study2 hours
Drone Safety for Managers (India)
Drone use, and in particular commercial drone use, is becoming more and more widespread. As a result of this businesses and individuals need to thoroughly understand the safety procedures and legal restrictions for different types of drones right through from small leisure crafts to large commercial drones.
Drones are being used across various industries to help companies save money, improve safety, and enhance the efficiency of their operations. In order to achieve efficiency and safety, anyone involved in drone operations may wish to take this course to advance their understanding and gain a certificate from a leading Australian Registered Training Organisation, the Institute of Drone Technology.
Gain new career opportunities in emerging and traditional industries
The global commercial market for drone technology is forecast to increase from $US6.5bn to $US34.5bn by 2026 .
By understanding the safe and legal use of drones you will be gaining a valuable and highly employable skill that will help you to build a skillset for today and into the future.
Please note that this course is not designed to teach drone piloting, it is designed to provide managers, drone operators and those working with or near drones with the skills to operate within legal frameworks and with the highest safety standards.
- What is a ‘Drone’?
- The legal use of drones
- Accreditation and licensing (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operator’s Certificates/ Remote Pilot’s Licenses).
- Standard Operating Conditions
- Operational models
- Technical capabilities and limitations of drone technology.
- Flight Logs/Pilot & Drone Management
- Operational / Organisational implications of bringing aviation into the workplace, including privacy and data considerations.
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Demonstrate understanding of different types of drones and their uses
- Apply and understand relevant terminology and regulatory bodies
- Apply relevant local laws in the use of drones
- Understand the human factors involved in the use of drones
- Develop a workplace safety plan for drone use
Who is the course for?
Learners who join this course should have some interest in the use of drones within nations in India. You do not need to be a drone pilot. Anyone who works near or with drones or plans to do so in the future would benefit from the information within this course
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