Resource Group announces new UAS training initiative
Resource Group has announced that it will be launching a new training division called ‘Resource UAS’ to deliver foundation training for UAS (unmanned aerial systems) operators and sensor payload operators. The announcement was made on 24 February 2012.
According to the company, the scope of the training will include Nano, Micro and MALE UAV Systems and also cover Payload Operators for both manned and unmanned aircraft platforms. Delivery will be by a combination of web based and classroom based ground school and practical training using a combination of an advanced mission simulator and live flying using representative vehicles.
The Resource UAS training programmes will be designed to meet both NATO and UK CAA requirements and will be based on current best practice from both the military and civil environments. It will also anticipate the licensing requirements that will be forthcoming from both the military and civil authorities.
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