RUSTA are pleased to announce the restructure of their existing RPCS classroom course for Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO). The structure has changed slightly, this is to make it more practical for those wanting to complete the theory course, operations manual and flight test all at once. RUSTA understand that people lead busy working lives and the demand for a concise…
More women are reaching for the stars in 2018 than ever before as the UK’s leading drone training experts reveal a dramatic increase in women enrolling on its courses. RUSTA, which offers Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved National Qualified Entity (NQE) training courses covering a wide range of commercial industries and backgrounds, noticed an upsurge in women across the UK registering on its courses in the last 12 months.
RUSTA recently taught 16 members of staff from three out of four of the UWE’s faculties. The participants came from departments as diverse as Engineering Design & Mathematics, Film & Journalism and Geographic & Environmental Management, where they learnt pre-flight processes and procedures, flight manoeuvres and emergency procedures.
One of our favourite locations for RUSTA is Chester. The city of Chester is steeped in history and the comfortable venue is conveniently located outside of the city. The location is also ideally located for access as it’s near to the M53, A55 and M56. It attracts candidates not only from Chester and the surrounding area, but North Wales and Merseyside.
RUSTA partners with ARC Aerial Imaging to deliver market leading 2-day SUAS business development course in Drone Aerial Imaging for Mapping and Surveying. Andy Carmen Managing Director of ARC Aerial Imaging will be delivering the course at RUSTA’s Head Quarters in Lincoln.
Are you unsure of what to include and how to deliver a flight brief?
Watch this flight brief from one of our candidates at our Lincoln test centre, which is a great example of how to approach your flight brief.