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Become a certified training provider
Certified training organisations play an important role and teach people to fly safely and responsibly.
We approve training organisations to provide remote pilot licence (RePL) training.
You must hold a remotely piloted aircraft operator's certificate (ReOC) to become a certified training provider.
Steps to become a certified training provider
Step 1: read our applications guide
Our comprehensive guide includes:
- how to apply to conduct training
- how to create student and instructor course and assessment material
- a detailed training syllabus
- sample resources
- applicant checklists.
Step 2: apply for an interview
You'll need to attend an interview with a senior CASA inspector.
Depending on your location we can arrange a face-to-face, video or phone interview. We recommend you bring a list of any questions you may have to your interview.
Request an appointment by emailing email@example.com, making sure to include your location and contact details.
Step 3: develop your training materials
Develop your training materials to meet all requirements outlined in the application guide. For assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 4: apply for a ReOC
You can start preparing your training materials while you're waiting for your ReOC. However, we can't process your application until your certificate has been issued.
Step 5: submit your documentation
Send your completed training materials, ReOC application and all supporting documentation to email@example.com.
Once your application is approved, your ReOC will list you as a certified training provider.
Have a question? Need help? You can contact us through our online enquiry form.
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