Operating Safety Case Training Course
Specialist Drone Course for Obtaining an Operating Safety Case from the CAA.
An Operating Safety Case allows you to operate drones outside the restrictions of Standard Permissions (PfCO)
An Operating Safety Case is a comprehensive document giving evidence of a pilot’s ability to conduct remote aerial operations safely in a proposed environment. This document is often over 200 pages long, and can often take several weeks, or even months to create.
This course delivers the fundamental knowledge and framework for creating an Operating Safety Case for flying beyond the limitations of a standard Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO). It is designed for drone pilots wishing to reduce their take off / landing and operating cordons or increase their altitude and distance limitations.
Having an Operating Safety Case gives drone pilots a commercial advantage over the competition, enabling them to fly where others cannot.
The aim of this course is to save pilots time and money by providing the tools and knowledge to quickly write an Operating Safety Case for application to the UK Civil Aviation Authority.
“Fantastic course, delivered clearly and concisely by the presenters. I would recommend to anyone.”
“Both Colin and Steve were very knowledgeable and extremely helpful. I now feel confident writing a comprehensive operating safety case.”
• Civil Aviation Authority OSC Requirements
• Types of Operating Safety Case
• Determining your OSC Requirements
• Methods to Improve Operational Safety
• Methods to Improve Drone System Safety
• How to Write an Operating Safety Case
• How to Write Risk Assessments
• Applying for your Operating Safety Case
Course content is subject to change
To book on a course, choose from the available dates and complete the booking form. During the booking form, you will be able to choose accreditation options, payment options (ELCAS, invoice or credit/debit card) and inform us of any dietary requirements.
Start a new career as a drone pilot.
Commercial drone training course for pilots looking to attain their PfCO from the CAA.