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CAA Drone Training in Manchester - Earn your PfCO
Our CAA Approved Drone Training course has now launched in Manchester. Click here to read about the course itself and the training location. Click here to book.
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CAA PfCO Training Course: Farnborough
On the 19th April 2016, Heliguy are running our next CAA PFAW course at Farnborough, helping prospective drone pilots achieve their CPL-sU.
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CAA Drone Training Syllabus for UK
Heliguy is approved by the CAA as an NQE to train commercial drone pilots. Find out what's covered in our lessons that lead to your CPL-sU.
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Make Money Flying Drones
Make money flying drones. 10 ways to turn a hobby into a living with help from Heliguy. We offer equipment, support, repairs and training.
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Make Money Flying a Drone
Make money flying a drone. 10 ways to turn a hobby into a living with help from Heliguy. We offer equipment, support, repairs and training.
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Heliguy Commercial Drone Pilot Training for 2016
Commercial drone pilot training courses with Heliguy in Newcastle, Manchester and the London area in 2016. Get your CPL-sU and then a PFAW.
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100% Success on Heliguy Drone Pilot Course
NQE Heliguy's first full commercial drone pilot training course was a great success. Everyone passed and their feedback was outstanding too.
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Heliguy Obtains CAA National Qualified Entity (NQE) Status
Heliguy gains National Qualified Entity (NQE) status for training drone pilots. It will run courses in Newcastle, Manchester and London.
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Training from Heliguy Inspires Police Force
Heliguy has helped Cumbria Police with drone training so that they can use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to beat crime and to keep people safe.
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BNUC, RPQ and the Rest
How to get trained as a drone pilot, Bnuc or RPQ, and get a Permission for Aerial Work (PFAW) from the CAA to carry out commercial work.
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CAA Ground School - What to Expect
If you live in the UK & are looking to operate a Multicopter commercially you need permissions to fly, The CAA, is the organisation that manages the rules.
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