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Consortiq - UAQ Emergency 6 Drone Training Course

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“A complete end-to-end training package for anyone looking to utilize UAVs in the Emergency Services”

Designed by experienced emergency services UAV operators, covering Fire & Rescue, Emergency 6 course is a complete training program aimed at giving those working in the emergency services all the practical and theoretical skills to begin to operate drones safely and efficiently.

Developed by operational fire officer, Bryce Allcorn along with colleagues within the Police and Search & Rescue organizations, the UAQ-E6 course gives candidates more than just the theoretical and practical knowledge of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), but also provides the essential skills needed to utilize UAV’s at the emergency services operational environment with focus on the safe deployment of these beneficial tools.

The package offers complete training for the novice operator. It provides all the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to begin operating a drone safely and efficiently for emergency management operations.

Minimal UAV experience required.

The course has been designed to develop on very basic UAV skills but to maximize the operational experience that the students bring from their operational role. Our trainers bring considerable experience from emergency services drone operation and commercial aviation, and the training is built around their real-world knowledge.

Course Structure

The course is offered over five days.

Principal modules:

-Basic flight training and technical foundations

-Approved ground school studies

-Approved flight assessment

-Advanced emergency services-specific scenarios

-Emergency services specific skills & knowledge

For further information, call +1-855-203-8825 or email inquiries@consortiq.com

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