Aviation Security Training 

Got your RPL? Well done!

Now take the final step to be ready to work under the auspices of a company that holds a ROC conforming to the CAA standards.

 
I hear you… “another course”?!

Operating under PART 101 implies that all personnel employed in the deployment, handling, and storage of RPAS have received security awareness training as prescribed in Part 109.

This one-day course introduces you to the security measures and regulations that you will need to know to work responsibly within the industry. 

It also covers the current threats to civil aviation; how the civil aviation security regulations & international organisations operate. 

The course will also discuss the importance of enforcing security within work areas, how to respond and report an emergency situation and preventative actions to prevent unlawful acts using RPAS equipment.

After successfully completing the drone pilot training course and the exam, you’ll receive a certificate which is valid for two years.

 

Legal Requirements

“The primary objective of international Civil Aviation Security is to ensure the protection and safeguarding of passengers, crew, ground personnel, the general public, aircraft and facilities of an airport serving International Civil Aviation, against acts of unlawful interference perpetrated on the ground or in flight.”

 

By operating, handling or storing a remotely piloted aircraft system, you become a part of the greater aviation industry. This implicates also that one must be aware of the security risks involved in being part of this incredible industry. Hence… Aviation Security Awareness!

 

This course introduces you to the different security measurements and regulations you can incorporate into your work environment. It is important to be up to date of any new developments with regards to regulations and security. You play a vital role to help prevent acts of unlawful interference.