Training Description

In accordance with current legislation, remote pilots seeking to obtain the remote pilot certificate for conducting Category A2 operations must pass an exam with the CAA and undergo practical training in operational procedures.

This two-day training program consists of a theoretical segment to prepare candidates for the theoretical exam and practical training for conducting independent practical exercises, in accordance with AMC1 and AMC2 UAS.OPEN.030(2)(b).

The course concludes with a practical assessment of operational procedure knowledge. The theoretical exam portion is conducted by the Civil Aviation Authority.

Required prior knowledge: Completion of online training for Category A1/A3 remote pilots with the Civil Aviation Authority. Candidates should bring the Certificate of Successful Online Training to the course.

Course Implementation

The course is divided into theoretical and practical components. The theoretical segment is conducted in a classroom at our training center, while the practical segment takes place at a training range approximately 5 minutes’ drive from the center. Snacks are provided as part of the course.

On the first day of the course, the theoretical part is taught in the classroom, and the practical exercises are conducted in the field. The second day of the course, usually scheduled 14 days after the first part, involves exam preparation and the practical exam. The theoretical exam is administered by the Civil Aviation Authority.


The use of unmanned aerial systems for the practical training exercises is included in the course fee. Participants can also use their own unmanned aerial systems (recommended).

Environment’s Impact on UAV Performance:

  • Impact of Temperature
  • Influence of Wind
  • Effect of Air Density
  • Choosing and Using Weather Forecasts

Execution of UAV Flight:

  • Pre-flight Preparation
  • Areas of Flight Restrictions
  • Conducting the Flight
  • Post-flight Procedures

Assessment and Measures to Reduce Ground Risk:

  • Assessment of Ground Operation Area
  • Technical Inspection
  • Determining Operation Volume
  • Selecting Takeoff Location
  • Identifying Safe Zones and Emergency Landing Sites
  • Securing Takeoff Area
  • Controlled Ground Area, Involved and Uninvolved Individuals