Heliguy's Drone Flight Test: A Visual Guide

Heliguy's Drone Flight Test: A Visual Guide

Learn the steps you'll be required to take in order to pass the final stage of our drone training course.

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  Heliguy is a CAA approved NQE and runs drone training courses in three UK-locations: Newcastle, Manchester and Farnborough. Our expert in-house training team are there to guide you through every step of the process. This article takes a look at the final step you'll take before the CAA submission, a test of your piloting skills and ability to adapt under pressure in real-world scenarios. Read on to get and inside track on our practical drone flight test.  

Training with Heliguy

There are three main sections to the training you will undergo if you're looking to gain your Permissions for Commercial Operation (PfCO):
  • The 3-day Ground School
  • The Operations Manual
  • The Practical Flight Test
Once you have passed the Heliguy 3-day ground school and created a fit-for-purpose operations manual, it's time to showcase your skills in the final practical exam. We receive a lot of enquiries about what this entails and so, to help everyone understand what will be expected, we've put together a graphic to walk you through the process.     This visualisation should provide you with a basic idea of what you'll be undertaking when it's time for you to take your practical flight test.  

Get in Touch

If you want to find out more about Heliguy's PfCO NQE drone training courses and how you can make money flying drones professionally, our team are available 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday to offer expert advice and dedicated support. We offer currently offer the following training opportunities: Started your training elsewhere? No problem, we're happy to adopt you into the Heliguy training process - enquire here. You can reach us by phone at 0191 296 1024 or email at info@heliguy.com.

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