SkyTec UAS Academy

SkyTec SUA Academy Training

Introduction

 

Flying and operating drones in Ireland is subject to European Union Regulation 2019/947. The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) supervises and implements the Regulation in Ireland. The IAA also provides guidance for operating and flying drones in order to ensure public safety. The Regulation allows registered operators and pilots to fly their drones across the EU. You must register as a drone operator if your drone weighs over 250 grams or if it has a camera or sensor. 

The on-line registeration and training is achieved by going to the IAA website and follow the instructions to set up your account on the MySRS platform. 

Most drone operators will fall under the OPEN category and will be able to obtain a sub-category A1/A3 status by simply using the MySRS platform which invites applicants to study the online training video then simply answer the short questionare. 

Where the risk assessment based operation is deemed to be more complex requiring more knowledge then an A2 sub-category classification will be reguired.  

This extra training will require the attendance at an Unmanned Aircraft Training Organisation (DUTO). SkyTec Ireland is a EASA recogonised training organisation and can offer the course to operators in order for them to qualify for the higher risk operation required for the sub-category A2 or the Specific Category. The application process to do this can also be processed via the MySRS platform.

 

Course Dates and Registration

 

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