To provide remote pilot licence (RePL) training, you'll need to hold a remotely piloted aircraft operator's certificate (ReOC) that authorises remote pilot training.
What you need
To provide remote pilot licence (RePL) training, you must:
- get a ReOC
- develop training that meets our requirements (read for requirements)
- make sure instructors have the right qualifications and experience
- have our approval to conduct training.
The training must meet standards identified in chapter 2 of the Part 101 Manual of Standards. This makes sure that all trainers deliver standardised and high quality training that covers:
- the relevant aeronautical knowledge standards
- the relevant practical competency standards
- an aeronautical knowledge exam
- flight testing
- administrative requirements.
Depending on your training approvals, you can offer training for a range of remotely piloted aircraft.