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You’ve completed your free A2 CofC drone training with us and passed your theory exam to get your certificate, but now what?
As a Commercial Drone Pilot you are open to working in multiple industries or you can specialise in a sector. The commercial drone market is estimated by PWC to be worth $127 billion by 2030 across a wide range of sectors from infrastructure and media to agriculture and security.
It’s time to do some research and find out more about what services are required in your businesses location and what services you would like to specialise in.
IN THIS GUIDE, YOU'LL LEARN:
Sectors that you can work in now you have your GVC and/or A2 CofC
Profitable opportunities you can take advantage of
Information on CPD and other training courses to upskill as a drone pilot
Unique and interesting suggestions to find work as a drone pilot
WHAT OUR GRADUATES SAY
ANNABELLE RANDALL, ARCADIS
“Coptrz have done an amazing job of putting everything online, it really works. It was so easy to learn, the webinars really helped me as I would learn the modules and then watch the webinars. So, they solidified everything for me. Doing the theory test was really smooth – even on Zoom! I felt really confident going into it and I knew everything that I needed to know in order to pass.”
ADAM WATKIN, AEROMEDIA WALES LTD
“On the COPTRZ course, the way that you are taught to think about every single aspect of flight planning and flights really helps. You soon realise how unsafe so many pilots are and how much there is to learn. By having an A2 CofC I feel more respected as a ‘pilot’ and feel that it adds credibility to the whole industry that these measures are in place.”
RYAN HULSE, HIGHVUE DRONE SERVICES
“You helped me believe in my product and life decision to start a business, opening my eyes to the potential of the industry. I’ve had amazing feedback from clients on my work to date. Your experience and advice is invaluable, and you have helped me on my path. 2021 is going to be huge for me and my business.”