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Organized by: The Hong Kong Registered Contractors Association Co. Ltd.
Hosted by: OTG OnTheGo Limited
Funded by: HKSAR Matching Grant Scheme for Skills Upgrading
Construction Industry practitioners and members of HKRCA who want to obtain knowledge of Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) operation and become an advanced rating certified pilot for SUA.
On completion of the course, the students should be able to:
i. Manipulate a Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) safely under the legal environment;
ii. Implement SUA general knowledge in the advanced operational environment; and
iii. Establish a plan and assess a proposed SUA flight to comply with standard operating requirements.
English materials with Cantonese Instruction.
HK$ 3,850 / person
Students with minimum participation of 90% of total training hours and passed both theoretical knowledge examination and practical assessment can obtain “Certificate of Recognition in SUA Advanced Rating Theoretical Knowledge” & “Certificate of Recognition in SUA Advanced Rating Practical Assessment” to apply for Advanced Rating from Civil Aviation Department (CAD) under the new legislation.
Part A: Building Inspection and Flight Record Requirement
Part B: Total 38 Hours**
Day 1: Theoretical Knowledge Instruction ( 8 Hours)
Day 2: Theoretical Knowledge Instruction ( 8 Hours)
Day 3: Theoretical Knowledge Instruction ( 4 Hours) & Theoretical Knowledge Examination ( 2 Hours)**
Day 4: Practical Flight Training of Small Unmanned Aircraft ( 8 Hours)
Day 5: Practical Flight Training of Small Unmanned Aircraft ( 4 Hours) & Practical Assessment ( 4 Hours)
** Students must obtain a pass result in the Theoretical Knowledge Examination, or else they will not be eligible to take part in the outdoor practical flight training of SUA.
Part 1: Legislation and Publications
- Local and overseas legislation, regulatory bodies
- Civil Aviation Ordinance and its sub-legislation
- CAD’s UAS safety guidelines and requirement document
- Other publications for aircraft operations in Hong Kong
Part 2: Airspace in Hong Kong
- Classification of airspace and restrictions for all aircraft
- Restricted Flying Zone (RFZ) for SUA
- Other applicable airspace considerations
Part 3: Navigation and units of measurement
- Usage of maps and aviation charts
- Units of measurement (for SUA)
- Conversion of time systems
- Principles of navigation and restrictions
Part 4: SUA general knowledge
- Principles of flight
- Major systems and components
- Operational limitations
- Maintenance of system and battery management
Part 5: Meteorology
- Effects of weather on SUA
- Obtaining and interpreting weather information
- Onsite weather assessment
Part 6: Airmanship and human factors
- Flight safety
- Crew Resources Management (CRM)
- Document and record keeping
- Perception and illusion
- Medical fitness
Part 7: Operational manual, flight planning and procedures
- Risk assessment and mitigations for operations beyond standard operating requirements
- Normal and emergency operating procedures
- Operations Manual (OM) and checklist
- Hazard and situational awareness
- Communication with air traffic control and other airspace users
- Pre-flight, inflight and post-flight procedures