Synonymous with UAS Operations
Established in 2014, RUSTA is one of the longest running CAA Accredited National Qualified Entities (NQE) in the United Kingdom.
Based on a solid aviation experience, RUSTA has trained over 2000 operators from many varied industries across the world. Uniquely, all of RUSTA’s instructors and management come from a rich background in aviation from such organisations as the Royal Air Force, Army Air Corps , Policing and Civil Aviation. This has not only allowed RUSTA to provide recommendations to the CAA but has also allowed accreditation through ProQual to allow RUSTA to award NVQ level 3 and 4 qualifications.
RUSTA’s experience in the UAS field has allowed the development of world class, industry leading courses and services.
With regards to Emergency Services RUSTA has trained many Police and Fire Service operators throughout the United Kingdom. RUSTA is also proud to have delivered its course to elements of the Armed Forces Including the Royal Air Force.
RUSTA offers scholarships through it’s association with the Air League and is a proud Silver Award recipient of the Armed Forces Covenant Employers Recognition Scheme
RUSTA has basic and advanced courses but can also create Bespoke programmes tailored for organisations exact requirements.
Online Refresher courses are now available via our Learning management system. If you have completed the course in the last few years you may not have been aware of the many changes to the rules and regulations. This course will bring you up to speed on regulatory amendments as well as refresh you with the other aviation topics.
Who We Are
With hundreds of hours in flight, our unique cinematic approach is solidly rooted in a decade of professional experience. Our studio's strength lies in our diverse backgrounds in architecture, cinematography, photography and graphics.
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