CLASS A (ROTORCRAFT) TRAINING COURSE

UAPL Training and Assessment on Multi-rotor up to 25kg for New Pilots

Course code: UT01

S$3,499 / person

S$3,499

Course code: UT01

20% discount for all signups in 2020. Use code: TWENTYTWENTY

About this course

This course prepares trainees with no prior experience in UA operation to attain the Class A (Rotorcraft) UAPL limited to multi-rotor up to 25kg only. Trainees will also be exposed to simple helicopter familiarisation. The course comprises 3 parts:

Theory Training8h

– 2 theory modules

Practical Training (8 modules)24h

– 5 modules: small multi-rotor UA (<15kg)3h each

– 1 mock evaluation: small multi-rotor UA (<15kg)3h

– 2 modules: large multi-rotor UA (>15kg)3h each

UAPL Practical Assessment1h

– 1 flight assessment by an Authorised Flight Examiner: small and large multi-rotor UAs up to 25kg

Trainees completing this practical training program can expect to log 6 flight hours.

Instructor to trainee ratio

Theory –         1:12
Practical –       1:2
Assessment – 1:1

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Approx. 33 hours to complete

Things to know

THEORY TRAINING

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
67 Ayer Rajah Crescent #06-25, Singapore 139950

PRACTICAL TRAINING

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Field along Old Holland Road / Fields along Ayer Rajah Crescent

UAPL PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT

By appointment only
Field along Old Holland Road /  Fields along Ayer Rajah Crescent

What you will learn

The theory training segment comprises six topic areas, covering the knowledge tested in the UAPL theory test.
ModuleReferenceTopic
Theory Module 1T010General UAS Knowledge
T020Principles of Flight
T030Air Law
Theory Module 2T040Navigation and Meteorology
T050Human Factors
T060Safety and Operations
QuizT001.E150 multiple choice questions

Practical training is divided in two phases:

  1. Operation of a small multi-rotor UA (weighing less than 15kg)
  2. Operation of a large multi-rotor UA (weighing at least 15kg)

Proficiency in small multi-rotor UA operation must be demonstrated through a practical flight evaluation before training in large multi-rotor UA operation can proceed. The practical flight evaluation is conducted as a mock practical assessment and also serves to familiarise the trainee with the procedures for the UAPL Practical Assessment.

Small multi-rotor UA

ModuleReferenceTopic
Training Module 1P010.01UAS Control Familiarisation
Training Module 2P010.02Orientation Training
Training Module 3P010.03Circuit Training
Training Module 4P010.04Advanced Circuit Training
Training Module 5P010.05Advanced Circuit Training
Mock EvaluationP010.E1Full Circuit and Orientation Revision + Mock Evaluation

Large multi-rotor UA

ModuleReferenceTopic
Training Module 1P011.E1Mock Evaluation
P011.01Full Circuit and Orientation Revision
Training Module 2P011.02Full Circuit and Orientation Revision

Objective: An evaluation of the candidate’s proficiency and confidence in operating a multi-rotor UA weighing up to 25kg to the standards required to attain a Class A (Rotorcraft) UAPL limited to multi-rotor only, will be conducted and candidates are expected to complete the practical assessment within the time frame.

ModuleReferenceTopic
Flight AssessmentA001.01Class A (Rotorcraft) UAPL Practical Assessment

Suitable for

New and aspiring UA pilots will be able to kickstart their journey to attain their Class A (Rotorcraft) UAPL limited to multi-rotor only.

Questions and Support

For questions about the UAPL Training Course, as well as technical issues, view our Frequently Asked Questions or get in touch.