Remote Pilot Licence (RePL)
Our RePL course is an industry leader. We currently offer this as a <7Kg Multirotor accreditation .
Our theoretical training is led by highly experienced RPAS pilots who have flown drones all over the World and uses our state of the art online learning platform. You will complete the theoretical components of the course prior to attending our two-day training session at our training centre.
This enables us to provide you with almost two days of practical training using the DJI Phantom 4Pro, making our course one of the most practically focussed courses in the industry.
Throughout your theoretical training you will have email and telephone support to assist you with any questions. Feedback will be provided as you work through the modules.
Why not sign up today and get your RPAS career moving.
Full Course (13 Units)
Self paced theory and 1 day of practical training, including the final theory test
Already hold a Pilot’s Licence?
One day of practical training and flight test
Just need to bring your licence
Please note, a minimum of 4 students are required to run a course. Please register interest with us, and we will endevour to accomodate any requirements.
Online Theory Course
Start anytime and study at your own pace
Self-pace learning is a convenient and effective way to learn without spending too many day win the classroom. Prior to attending the 2 day practical component, you will complete the 13 modules of training and each module assessment. Our Helicopter Air Transport Pilot Instructor will guide you through the process. Contact via email and phone will be available in addition to our user friendly online learning platform.
Classroom Delivery + Online Self Paced
Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), your RePl, and your ARN
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is the governing authority for aviation activities in Australia. They are the department responsible for issuing your RePL on completion of your course.
Prior to commencing your course of training, you will need to apply for an Aviation Reference Number (ARN). This is free to do.
Once you have completed the course of training, your licence application will be sent to CASA for you by our team. You will receive this once CASA has processed the application.
Enrol Now, Start Now
Students who enrol prior to commencement of classroom sessions are given access to all the course materials immediately. Your official course date commences on day one of your classroom course, giving you additional time to start your course units to give you a head start!
Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate (AROC)
What is an AROC? Why Would I need one?
AROC stands for Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate. You require one of these if you are intending to operate your RPAS in or near controlled airspace or beyond visual line of site (BVLOS).
If you do not intend on conducting either of these activities, you will not need an AROC.
Paratus Training does not offer this certificate at this time; however, we can arrange this for you.