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RPAS Ground & Flight

School Training


Online Flight Training

Flight Review

Modern Architecture

In-class Ground School Training

Online ROC-A Prep Training

$45 USD

Flight Training


RPAS Ground School Training - What Will I Learn?

The training provided is in compliance with Transport Canada document: TP 15263 – Knowledge Requirements for Pilots of Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems (UAV) 25 kg or less, Operation within Visual Line of Sight. The course objective is to provide UAV operators with the background knowledge required to operate a UAV in Canadian Airspace.


The course will include 2 days of intense Drone/RPAS pilot ground school with access to our online learning portal.

**Note – Flight Training can be provided as an option on day 3


If you're unable to attend one of our classroom sessions you can still get all the training via our Online Portal

Air Law

  1. UAV General Definitions

  2. Administration and Compliance

  3. Aerodromes and Airports

  4. Airspace Structure Classification and Use

  5. Canadian Airspace Viewer

  6. Operating and Flight Rules

  7. Flight Planning

  8. Operation at or in vicinity of an Aerodrome

  9. UAV Visual Flight Rules (VFR)

  10. Transportation Safety Board

  11. Air Traffic Services and Procedures

  12. UAV Maintenance Requirements

  13. Operational and Emergency Equipment Requirements


  1. Definitions

  2. Aeronautical Charts

  3. Map Legends

  4. Time and Longitude

  5. Triangle of Velocity

  6. NOTAM

  7. Canada Flight Supplement

  8. Radio and Radar Aids

  9. UAV GPS


  1. Earth’s Atmosphere

  2. Atmospheric Pressure

  3. Meteorological Aspects of Altimetry

  4. Temperature

  5. Moisture

  6. Stability and Instability

  7. Cloud Types

  8. Turbulence

  9. Wind

  10. Air masses

  11. Fronts and Frontal Weather

  12. Thunderstorms

  13. Surface Based Layers

  14. Aviation Service Guide

  15. Meteorological Services

  16. Aviation Weather Reports

  17. Aviation Forecas


  1. Theory of Flight

  2. Airframes, Engines, and Systems

  3. Flight Instruments

  4. Flight Operations

  5. Human Factors


Your registration will be fully refunded when notice of withdrawal is given fourteen (14) days before the course start date. When notification is received less than fourteen (14) days before the course start date, the registration fee is forfeited. If you are unable to attend your course, you may arrange for someone to take your place by contacting AeroVision Canada at [email protected]



AeroVision Canada reserves the right to re-schedule or cancel a course that lacks sufficient registrations to provide a satisfactory learning atmosphere. In this event, your registration fee will be refunded in full or applied to the re-scheduled course.


Fee payment:

Fees are due at the time of registration.

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