A2 Certificate of Competency (CofC) 100% Online

1 Day Course
16 People Max
£59pp

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A2 Certificate of Competency (CofC) 100% Online

1 Day Course
16 People Max
£59pp
Overview

The A2 CofC allows the Remote Pilot who holds it, to reduce or remove some of the new EASA restrictions that will affect all remote pilots. It allows for more flexibility on how and where you can fly, whether this is done for commercial work or recreational purposes.

 

This course is 100% online, with tutors available during office hours to answer any questions you may have.

  • Free exam retakes

  • No flight test or operations manual needed

  • You’ll receive your certificate via email

Book any date shown and you will receive a link to join our A2 CofC online course.

 

Learn More

Understand the changes to to A2 CofC

Transitional Period (December 31st 2020 – December 31st 2022) – From the 31st December 2020 an A2 CofC allows you to:​

  • Fly your drone in the A2 (Open) subcategory (drones up to 2kg) and the A1 subcategory (drones up to 500g)

  • Fly without the usual 150m separation distance from congested areas used by people, (congested area definition is an area used for residential, recreational, industrial and commercial purposes).

  • Fly your sub-2kg drone to within 50m of uninvolved people (A2 subcategory)

  • Fly your sub-500g drone with no restrictions on proximity to uninvolved people, but not directly overhead, (A2 subcategory)

Continuing Period (December 31st 2022 onwards) – From the 31st of December 2020 an A2 CofC allows you to:

  • Fly your drone in the A2 (open) subcategory (with an appropriate class drone up to 4kg) and the A1 subcategory (with an appropriate C-class drone up to 900g)

  • Fly without the usual 150m separation distance from places used by people (congested area definition is an area used for residential, recreational, industrial and commercial purposes).

  • Fly your sub-4 kg C-class drone to within 30m of uninvolved people (reduced to 5m when in slow speed mode) (A2 subcategory)

  • Fly your sub-900g C-class drone with no restrictions on proximity to uninvolved people (but not directly overhead) (A1 subcategory)

This now gives the remote pilot freedom to operate a drone commercially, without any special CAA permissions from the 31st December 2020 BUT still requires insurance compliant with EC-785 2004.

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Qualification

CAA Approved A2 CofC

Course Agenda

Our CAA Approved A2 CofC course is a great way to get the certification needed to operate your drones legally. You will study 3 modules on this course; Meteorology, UAS Flight Performance and UAS Flight Operations and when you are ready to take your exam, simply let us know and we can arrange an appointment for your exam.

Group Booking?

Contact us to arrange a group booking that can be delivered at our training centre or at your site.

Overview

The A2 CofC allows the Remote Pilot who holds it, to reduce or remove some of the new EASA restrictions that will affect all remote pilots. It allows for more flexibility on how and where you can fly, whether this is done for commercial work or recreational purposes.

 

This course is 100% online, with tutors available during office hours to answer any questions you may have.

  • Free exam retakes

  • No flight test or operations manual needed

  • You’ll receive your certificate via email

Book any date shown and you will receive a link to join our A2 CofC online course.

 

Learn More

Understand the changes to to A2 CofC

Transitional Period (December 31st 2020 – December 31st 2022) – From the 31st December 2020 an A2 CofC allows you to:​

  • Fly your drone in the A2 (Open) subcategory (drones up to 2kg) and the A1 subcategory (drones up to 500g)

  • Fly without the usual 150m separation distance from congested areas used by people, (congested area definition is an area used for residential, recreational, industrial and commercial purposes).

  • Fly your sub-2kg drone to within 50m of uninvolved people (A2 subcategory)

  • Fly your sub-500g drone with no restrictions on proximity to uninvolved people, but not directly overhead, (A2 subcategory)

Continuing Period (December 31st 2022 onwards) – From the 31st of December 2020 an A2 CofC allows you to:

  • Fly your drone in the A2 (open) subcategory (with an appropriate class drone up to 4kg) and the A1 subcategory (with an appropriate C-class drone up to 900g)

  • Fly without the usual 150m separation distance from places used by people (congested area definition is an area used for residential, recreational, industrial and commercial purposes).

  • Fly your sub-4 kg C-class drone to within 30m of uninvolved people (reduced to 5m when in slow speed mode) (A2 subcategory)

  • Fly your sub-900g C-class drone with no restrictions on proximity to uninvolved people (but not directly overhead) (A1 subcategory)

This now gives the remote pilot freedom to operate a drone commercially, without any special CAA permissions from the 31st December 2020 BUT still requires insurance compliant with EC-785 2004.

Learn More 

Qualification

CAA Approved A2 CofC

Course Agenda

Our CAA Approved A2 CofC course is a great way to get the certification needed to operate your drones legally. You will study 3 modules on this course; Meteorology, UAS Flight Performance and UAS Flight Operations and when you are ready to take your exam, simply let us know and we can arrange an appointment for your exam.

Group Booking?

Contact us to arrange a group booking that can be delivered at our training centre or at your site.