TRAiNiNG

50 hours of theoretical Education held at the Academy of 3D

PRACTICE TRAINING

Practical training depending on the class chosen

UAS PILOT A - 3 Hours

UAS PILOT B - 7 Hours

UAS PILOT C - 12 Hours
UAS PILOT D - 18 Hours

THEORY

EXAMS

They are carried out by the  (SPOA) of the HCAA. in Athens every two months.

PRACTICE

EXAMS

After successfully passing the exams, the candidate can choose an official Examiner by HCAA to complete his practice skill test.

THEORY LEARNING

Age

18+

English

ICAO Proficiency Level 4

SPECIFIC CATEGORY

Medical

Level 3

SPECIFIC CATEGORY

Prerequisites

 

THEORY TRAINING

The candidate pilot will receive theoretical training according to the Training Center program. At the end of his / her theoretical training, the candidate may take part in the theoretical examinations conducted by the SPOA, which determines the examination periods. The theoretical training, according to the rules established by the HCAA has a total duration of fifty (50) hours (UAS Pilot A, B & C) and includes the following items:

 

  • Civil Aviation Legislation - UAS Legislation

  • Air Traffic Rules

  • Basic air meteorology

  • Air navigation

  • Human Factors

  • Flight Aerodynamics

  • Communications

  • Technical knowledge of UAS

 

PRACTICE TRAINING

The candidate pilot receives practical training according to the approved training program of the Training Center and depending on the license category.

UAS Pilot A: three (3) flight hours and practical examination

UAS Pilot B: seven (7) flight hours and practical examination

UAS Pilot C: twelve (12) hours of flight and practical examination

SIMULATOR

70% of the planned hours of practical training can be done using an approved Simulator. 3D uses the professional version of DJI Simulator.

DJI Mavic Pro

UAS Pilot Α

50 hours theory

3 hours practice
 

MTOM < 1 Kg

DJI Phantom 4 Pro

UAS Pilot Β

50 hours theory

7 hours practice
 

MTOM  1 < 4 Kg

DJI Agras MG1

UAS Pilot C

50 hours theory

12 hours practice
 

MTOM  4 < 25 Kg

 

THEORETICAL EXAMINATIONS

The theoretical examinations of SEMAs are conducted by the SPOA based on a well-known multi-choice questionnaire covering the entire syllabus. In order for a candidate to take the exam, his / her training center must complete and submit to the CA / D2 a certificate of successful completion of the theoretical training so as to allow him / her to take the exam.

 

The examiner can choose whether the questionnaire will be in Greek or English. Successful students in the theoretical examinations are considered to score at least 75%. In case of failure or abstention, the candidate may take part in the examinations of the next examination period. The results of the theoretical examinations last two (2) years from the date of issue.

 

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION - SKILL TEST

During the practical examination, the following are displayed:

• Technical knowledge of the unmanned aircraft and its support system

• Flight Preparation / Proper Flight / Flight Selection

• Recognizing and managing risks and errors

• Handling in normal situations within the operating limits of the unmanned aircraft and the restrictions imposed by law

• Smooth and accurate execution of all maneuvers

• Demonstration of good judgment in aviation environment

• Applying the knowledge it has acquired

• Keeping control throughout the flight and in all situations

• Handling in abnormal situations including emergency situations.

Upon completion of the examination, the examiner shall communicate the result to the examiner and complete the form on which the CAA / D2 will issue the UAS pilot license.
 

EXAMS SIMULATIONS TESTS

The school offers its students an opportunity to simulate the real examinations of the ASA throughout the training through an online platform. Test results are readily available, along with scoring and wrong answers.

e-Learning


For school students located outside of Thessaloniki, remote monitoring can be done in cooperation with the leading Cisco Web Conference Software company. The student needs a camera, a microphone from either a computer or a mobile / tablet.

INFRASTRUCTURE

 

For the needs of the training center, fiber optics are used for internet connection, Cisco networking equipment, while branch offices are connected to a leased WAN LMDS microwave link circuit.

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