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EuroUSC Italia organizes training courses all over the world on many aspects concerning the sector of drones and intended for:
- companies interested in undertaking activities with drones
- Safety Advisor and other professionals of training center
- Universities and research centers dedicated to the study and development of drones
- Public bodies that intend to use drones for their needs
- all professionals interested in using drones or in deepening their knowledge of international regulations and standardization for civil RPAS (pilots and non-pilots)
- engineers, lawyers and students eager to seize opportunities to work with drones.
Our training courses can be customized according to the needs of our customers in terms of topics covered, duration and structure.
Choose the course that best suits you or your company and contact us for a personalized offer!
JARUS Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA)
The new European regulation, published on the Official Journal of the European Union on June 11th, 2019 and applicable from 2020, allocates all drone operations into three categories: “Open”, “Specific” and “Certified”. To operate under the “Specific” category, in the absence of an adequate standard, an operator must prepare a risk analysis and submit it to the competent authority, in order to obtain authorisation to operate. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) advises for this to be performed following the SORA methodology (Specific Operation Risk Assessment), developed by JARUS.
EuroUSC Italia, having actively contributed to the development of SORA, offers two-day training courses on the SORA methodology (16h) for operators and aviation authority inspectors.
JAA-TO | UAS – INI: Basics of European regulations of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)
With the 2018 extension of the EASA mandate to all drones under 150kg, and the 2019 introduction of new common implementing rules, Europe is driving towards the progressive sharing of the technical standards and laws which regulate the UAS sector.
The UAS – INI course is held at the JAA-TO (Joint Aviation Authorities Training Organisation), providing essential understanding to new emerging rules on safety, civil and criminal liability, privacy and data protection.
JAA-TO | UAS – OPS: Professional operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
Particularly at European level, UAS regulations are in constant development due to the committed work of regulatory bodies such as ICAO, JARUS and EASA. The European approach follows an operation centric approach, diving operations into three main categories: Category A (Open) with rigorous limitations, Category B (Specific) requiring a full risk analysis prior to receiving authorisation to operate, and Category C (Certified) which requires the certification of the drone and its operator, as per ICAO standards.
JAA-TO | UAS – AWE: Airworthiness Requirements and Equipment for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
The EASA “Certified” category includes drones intended for high-risk operations, therefore requiring an airworthiness certification applicable to the complete system. The course outlines all the specifications and certification processes for drones of different configurations and take-off masses, including the technical requirements necessary to obtain a CE marking for drones operating in the “Open” category.
Safety in Drone Operations
The topic of safety is undoubtedly amongst the most discussed in the aviation industry. Likewise, the drone sector must align its safety standards to those of traditional aviation while keeping in consideration its differences.
EuroUSC Italia offers a course on aviation safety, current legislation on the topic of safety for drone operations, risk assessment procedures and SORA methodology, as recommended by EASA.
Drone Operations in Controlled Airspaces
The ENAC (Ente Nazionale per l’Aviazione Civile) regulation “Mezzi aerei a pilotaggio remoto”, section V, Art. 24, states that it is forbidden to operate with a drone inside a controlled airspace (airport ATC, CTR and prohibited airspaces), without prior authorisation by ENAC.
The SAPR AIR course aims to provide all professionals that intend to operate with an UAS with the basic knowledge on controlled airspace characteristics and it associated limitations.
Soft-skills and Crew Resource Management
The course Soft-skills and Crew Resource Management is an experiential training course, where participants work in teams to face and resolve adverse on-the-job situations in the best possible way. The course also includes the computer simulation of a mission specifically designed to improve soft skills such as communication, leadership, situational awareness, decision-making, and teamwork. The course not only improves the soft skills but also clearly demonstrates to participants how these improvements lead to improved performance. The CRM reference competencies are based on the NASA and EASA framework.