We are giving you the chance to try our General Visual Line of Sight Certificate (GVC) drone course before you spend a penny with UAVHUB. You'll get instant access to a trial of each of the online modules (not the full syllabus) so you can see if our teaching style and E-learning is right for you.
All of of courses are taught remotely with E-learning material to support the learning pathway. All of our E-learning is video based and with the FULL GVC course you get a downloadable Aide Memoire PDF for offline learning.
Try our course for yourself before you commit anything and see why over 2000 people have trusted us to help them become professional drone operators.
When you are ready you can book in for your afternoon of revision and classroom based learning (which includes a bonus module - ‘UK Low Flying System & Collision Effects’ - a module UNIQUE to the ICARUS Drone Training Course).
The revision session runs from 1pm - 4pm and your 50 question, multiple choice, CAA Drone Theory Examination runs 4pm-5pm.
During your time with us we will cover and complete:
Air Law, Flight Planning, UK Low Flying System & Collision Effects, Exam Revision and finally your PfCO Theory Examination (1 hour & closed book).
If you prefer to attend our 2 Day Classroom Course, please contact the office on 01491 526 700 to upgrade ‘Stage 2’ from an online session to the classroom based course (please note: there is a small additional charge for the upgrade to attend a 2-day classroom course, due to the additional costs incurred).
Stage 3 is the final stage in your journey to obtaining your PfCO.
You’ll need to complete your Flight Assessment (otherwise known as an Operational Evaluation) at one of our assessment venues in either Oxfordshire or Staffordshire.
You’ll get access to additional video learning which will walk you through the manoeuvres you’ll need to practise and then what you’ll need to do to pass the Flight Assessment, as soon as you sign on for Stage 3,
Simply call the office on 01491 526 700 and a member of the team will get you booked in.
Once you’ve successfully completed the Flight Assessment you will then submit a Return for Information (RFI) form to our trusted third party provider who will complete your bespoke Operations Manual, usually within 5 working days.
When you’ve received the Operations Manual, you simply send it to our submissions team for ratification and if everything checks out we will issue you with your NQE Recommendation Certificate which you can use to apply to the CAA for your Permission for Commercial Operations.
Easy, simple, done!
Don’t forget, we’re here to help and guide you every step of the way & we can’t wait for you to join the ICARUS Family!