Are looking for an exciting and challenging career that’s really going to take off that will be in high demand as part of the next generation of in demand jobs in the areas of aviation, government, defence, emergency services, agriculture, mining and more all around the world. And wouldn’t it be great if it could combine your interest in technology, travel and innovation, then we have a great program for a great future.
So 5G is now here and its profound impact on the way we work and careers will be exemplified with the explosive application of drones throughout the workplaces around the world. Checkout the rapid expansion of drone application in the following work sectors:
Drones are now used in an ever-increasing capacity in construction to conduct a range of on-site inspections, saving considerable time and money and providing valuable information during the build
Mining projects around the world are seeing a rapid uptake of drone application for a range important tasks such as routine and audit inspections for safety, security and maintenance, drones monitor operations and can reach distant sites in short timeframes.
Drones are experience a dramatic increase in engineering applications for critical and routine plant inspections, operational flow and security tasks
The area of security and the wide potential of drone application is a hot topic of discussion around the world at drone forums. It is forecast drones will impact this area in dramatic ways with the impact of 5G and real time control and monitoring. Almost every area of security work will be impacted from residential and commercial patrols and inspections, not to mention the patrolling capability of extended distance drones over land and maritime borders.
You are probably not aware of current drone applications in tourism never less the future impacts. For example, to search for whale sharks for tourists to swim with drones are now used to first locate the marine animals saving valuable time and expense and increasing customer satisfaction. Drone also are currently used to monitor the safety of tourist such as snorkelling activities. In the future it is forecast high load drones will transport tourist to island or remote destinations.
Since the 1990’s the defence industry and forces have utilised drones for a range of activities and future applications are almost unlimited with all sectors land, sea and air force requirements. People with drone skills will be a valuable part of future defence human resources.
Drones already have a huge application in agriculture with an estimated 40% of the global market currently employed in this sector, drones monitor and scan crops proving valuable information to increase crop yields
Search and rescue (public safety)
Within the last 10 years drones have seen a dramatic increase in search and rescue applications, increasingly people owe their lives to the use of drones and there unsurpassed role in search capabilities over a wide range of terrain in short timeframes.
Delivery (from food to first aid)
Now being trialled for fast food delivery and small light weight deliveries, the advent of high load drones and battery life will revolutionise this sector. Drones are also being used in Holland to deliver first aid supplies and AED to accident scenes.
From monitoring highways to congested inner-city roads and traffic monitoring and diversion capabilities involving road accidents, drones are the future on traffic control.
Wow the list is endless really, so now you can see the potential of drone application in the future workforce and careers, lets look at the best drone course to deliver the best future outcomes for you.
This exciting qualification is relevant to the role of a Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight working in the Aviation Industry, below 400 feet above ground level, in day visual meteorological conditions (VMC).
Remote pilot duties include applying technical and non-technical aviation skills and knowledge within RPAS (remotely piloted aircraft systems) operational environments, and meets a number of Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Certification Requirements.
There are no pre-requisites for this qualification however all students must satisfy General and Aviation English Language Proficiency (GELP) requirements. Applicants can find out more about these requirements at https://www.casa.gov.au/licences-and-certification/individual-licensing/meeting-language-standards-flight-crew-and-student-pilots
A total of fourteen (14) core units of competency must be completed to be awarded a completion certificate in AVI30316 Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight).
The completion time-frame for this qualification is 10 months
Durations may vary between new learners and those who have recognised previous aviation qualifications or UAV experience.
Fee for service cost of the program is $3200
|AVIE0001 Operate aeronautical radio|
|AVIF0013 Manage human factors in remote pilot aircraft systems operations|
|AVIF3023 Apply regulations and policies during remote pilot aircraft systems operations|
|AVIH3019 Navigate remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIK3002 Use infotechnology devices in an aviation workplace|
|AVIW3037 Manage remote pilot aircraft systems pre- and post-flight actions|
|AVIW3038 Operate and manage remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3073 Control remote pilot aircraft systems on the ground|
|AVIY3074 Launch remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3075 Control remote pilot aircraft systems in normal flight|
|AVIY3076 Recover remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3077 Manage remote pilot aircraft systems in abnormal flight situations|
|AVIY3078 Manage remote pilot aircraft systems energy source requirements|
|AVIZ3052 Apply situational awareness in remote pilot aircraft systems operations|