Heliguy secures Recognised Assessment Entity status from CAA

Heliguy has been granted Recognised Assessment Entity status from the Civil Aviation Authority. The permission means that Heliguy will be able to deliver A2 CofC and GVC drone training courses, as part of new European rules coming to the UK in July. The firm will be delivering these courses through its new online drone training portal – Heliguy Blackbox – as well as at its traditional UK Ground School venues. These new qualifications will be introduced as part of European regulations starting in the UK in July and will apply to many pilots across the drone industry. Heliguy’s head of
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EXCLUSIVE: Payload focus and EASA will see drone training market evolve in 2020, says leading training manager

New payloads, EASA regulations and industry focus will force the drone training industry to evolve in 2020, iRed training manager, Steve Welland, has predicted. As part of this month’s Special Report, CDP focused on drone training and spoke with industry leaders in the UK to find out more. Commenting on how he thinks the market will evolve, Welland said that the CAA’s registration process will also play its part. He explained: “In 2020, it’s likely that we’ll see the market evolve to focus on new payloads. It’s important for pilots to develop their understanding of emerging remote sensing technologies because
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SPECIAL REPORT: Training in the Drone Industry

As part of the exclusive monthly special report series, CDP has taken a look into training in the drone industry. As part of the second edition of the year, CDP speaks to a select group of training providers and delves into the market. In conversation with iRed, Heliguy, RUAS and UAV8, Commercial Drone Professional discovers the latest goings on in the sector and what challenges they see. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REPORT The forms the latest in a series of exclusive special reports. See them all here:
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