Flight operations falling into the “specific” category cover other types of operations with a higher risk. For these types of operations a risk assessment should be carried out in order to determine the requirements necessary and to safeguard the safety of the flight operation.
In the case of low risk operations that carried out in the “special” category, the operator must have developed a Predefined Risk Assessment with detailed mitigation measures.
Drone pilots performing operations in the specific category comply with the competency requirements set out in the flight license or the Predefined Risk Assessment or in the light UAS operator certificate (LUC).
Who is this training for?
It concerns legal entity or person who wishes to perform operations of higher risk and beyond the open category.
What is taught in the training?
Training is conducted according to the mitigation measures specified in the published Predefined Risk Assessments (PDRA-S01, PDRA-S02, PDRA-G01, PDRA-G02) and operators receive theoretical training at least in the following skills:
- Ability to apply operational procedures
- Ability to manage aeronautical communication
- Manage the unmanned aircraft flight path and automation
- Leadership, teamwork and self-management
- Problem solving and decision-making
- Situational awareness
- Workload management
- Coordination or handover, as applicable
The course is completed with the implementation of practical training.