PROFESSIONAL DRONE TRAINING FOR COMMERCIAL
REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT (RPA) OPERATIONS
REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT LICENCE (RePL)
REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT OPERATOR CERTIFICATE
Interspacial Aviation: One of Australia’s First Casa Certified Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAS) Training Course Providers
IAS Pty Ltd is a Western Australian based CASA certified drone training company. Our experienced pilots provide professional training & on-going local support.
We are one of Australia’s first CASA certified (ReOC.0075) basic Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) – DRONE training course providers, operating from Jandakot Airport, Perth WA.
We are an approved Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operator Certificate (ReOC) holder and service contractors Australia-wide.
Our dedicated team of Remotely Piloted Aircraft controllers have extensive experience in the commercial aviation industry, hold current GA and RPA pilot licences, have aviation engineering experience; working in CASA flight operations the like; & therefore take pride in being able to deliver professional, industry standard training, & the ‘know-how’ to take your drone business to a ‘higher level’.
Our 5 day RePL training course cost is $2700 + GST (total price therefore is $2970) with only a $500 deposit needed to secure a place. Check us out on Facebook and Instagram. All credit cards accepted and payment terms are available upon request. Why not check out our other CASA certified training course for details, costs and dates.
TRAINING COURSES/PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
To pilot a drone (RPA), also called an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), for commercial gain in Australia, you must obtain a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Licence (RePL) issued by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
This certification allows individuals to fly for operators, who need to hold a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operator’s Certificate (ReOC). IAS Pty Ltd holds an ReOC.
An RPA (drone) will usually have photographic surveillance or photographic image or video image capture capability including infrared; this is called payload. These types of vehicles have historically been used in military applications for missions that are too dangerous for manned aircraft.
- You can fly your drone anywhere not above 400ft; except, you must not fly within 3nm (5.2km) of an aerodrome that has an active Air Traffic Control.
- You must not fly over a non-controlled aerodrome or under its runway approach paths.
- You may fly in military restricted airspace but only with approval from the military representative in charge of the area. The ReOC holder that you fly for will organize this approval.
- Night flying is now permitted with conditions.
As mentioned above, our dedicated team of CASA certified RPA (drone) controllers have extensive experience in the commercial aviation industry including, collectively; current GA Commercial Pilot Licence; aviation Flight Engineer; working together with CASA flight operations; to deliver professional, industry standard training.
(view more Student Feedback under ‘Flying Drones/RPA in Aust’ see top of page heading)
Recommendation: “Thanks to Interspacial, since completing my course I have already garnered work in the industry & they have been there to assist me every step of the way” (J.D.)
Theory Presentation: “Theory presented was always on topic & kept interesting. So much information about aviation. Really cool course & value for money” (A H.)
“Clear & well explained, emphasizing important key fact/definitions was very helpful.” (B.M.)
“Excellent knowledge by presenters and well presented in an interesting way. Gave excellent knowledge for the task.” (L.G.)
“The instructors were knowledgeable and always willing to stop and explain something in a bit more depth to allow full comprehension by all members on the Course.” (T.R.)
Radio (AROC): “I felt like I was just having a comfortable chat, not a language assessment – so I was much more relaxed for the radio assessment. Very helpful!” (B.M.)
“Great course and I learned so much. FYI, I was on a small charter flight on the weekend between a remote aboriginal community and Ayres Rock. During the flight, I had plenty of questions to ask the pilot about airspace, radio usage and how he was getting the most out of Oz Runways. Great to go through the theory while actually in the air”. (P.B)
Flying Training: “Well handled us with all levels of flying experience, fixed wing included. I really liked flying the larger (faster & heavier) multirotors. Great experience.” (B.M.)
“The grounds where the flying training was undertaken was perfect for what was needed by the students, it allowed us to focus on piloting with minimal distractions or obstacles.” (T.R)
“Great format.” (B.P)