Our four-day comprehensive multi-rotor training course consists of two days of classroom sessions that cover theory of operation of the aircraft; radio control fundamentals; battery safety, care, charging, and discharging; general maintenance; the basics of aerial photography; ground station operation; pre and post flight checks; and sensor calibrations. This is followed by two days of supervised individual flight instruction starting with simple take offs and landings before progressing to more “real world” scenarios. By the end of the course, students are capable and confident pilots.