Drawing attention to its Unmanned Aerial Qualification (UAQ) course, UAVAir hopes to train business minded youngsters with proper drone flight techniques, aiding the development of future industries.
The aerial academy’s view on the importance of gaining such formal drone training is clear, offering numerous public statements reiterating the value and added safety it can bring to the wider drone community. In order to prepare the upcoming managers, product developers and engineers of tomorrow, it invites these young entrepreneurs to learn from its Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved flight instructors, forming best practice habits that can then be used to help numerous industries integrate drones successfully and safely into their operations in the future, reaping the many benefits.
John Gore, Operations Manager at ConsortiQ said, “Many industries such as construction, film and engineering are discovering how a drone can aid their services, yet there is a lack of unified skillset amongst those working within them. This means that it is impossible to develop the procedures, applications and even identify new business opportunities at the rate that is needed to fully integrate the technology within the business world. That is why we are encouraging young entrepreneurs to come along to one of our courses. They will also leave us, possessing the skills that many future employers desire or could, in fact, even lead to their own big business venture.”