Sub 2Kg Light Commercial Course

The Sub 2Kg Light Commercial course is a great way for hobbyists to enter the drone industry and get insured to fly drones commercially under 2Kg. We have stripped out important information from the full commercial course (RePL) in order to suit your needs to operate in Australia.

Our students generally complete the online component in 2-3 days with our online learning platform, combined with a half-day practical training and assessment. Our courses and packages are able to be financed interest-free, just choose ZipMoney or Openpay at checkout. Contact us for lay-by.

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The Sub 2Kg Light Commercial course is a great way for hobbyists to enter the drone industry and get insured to fly drones commercially under 2Kg. We have stripped out important information from the full commercial course (RePL) in order to suit your needs to operate in Australia.

The Sub 2Kg Light Commercial course offers online theory modules through videos, manuals, access to additional resources and quizzes in easy to follow modules which can be completed in your own time.

Upon completion of your online competency, a one day practical assessment can be booked in your nearest capital city in order to complete your practical flight assessment.

Once the one day assessment is complete, the team at Droneit will give a Certificate of Competency and send you the appropriate next steps in order for you to get insured.
Completion of the Sub 2Kg Light Commercial Course will allow you get insured and to fly any multi-rotor <2 however you will still have restrictions to further exemptions (e.g. flying at night) and the ability to fly in restricted airspaces (e.g. helipads, airports etc).

In order to get access to flying in these restricted areas and exemptions, the full Commercial Course (RePL) is required to be completed. Droneit also offers this course and your Sub 2Kg Light Commercial course will be applied as financial credit towards your RePL licence if you decide to upgrade.

Online Learning

Online Learning

Study online, in your own time with our platform to help you obtain commercial drone insurance.

Finance Available

Finance Available

Interest-free finance is available to all students for equipment, courses and packages up to $3,000.

Tutoring Available

Tutoring Available

Our dedicated team will encourage you to complete your course but additional tutoring is available.

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Sub 2Kg Class

Light Commercial

  • Online Learning
  • Practical Assessment
  • Lay-by Available
  • Finance Available

$495

Sub 2Kg Course Content

This is the course you need to get insured for commercial operations by QBE Insurance

AVIATION AND RPAS LEGISLATION

1.1 Australian Aviation Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Civil Aviation Act 1988

1.1.2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

1.1.3 Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s) and Manual of Standards (MOS)

1.1.4 Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAP) and Advisory Circulars (AC)

1.1.5 Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) and En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA)

1.2 Regulatory Bodies and Service Delivery Agencies

1.2.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

1.2.2 Airservices Australia

1.2.3 Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)  6

1.3 Civil Aviation Safety Regulations -Part 101

1.4 CASA Remote Pilots Licence (RePL)

1.4.1 Licencing Process and Requirements

1.4.2 Licence Privileges and Limitations

PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT

1.1 Australian Aviation Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Civil Aviation Act 1988

1.1.2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

1.1.3 Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s) and Manual of Standards (MOS)

1.1.4 Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAP) and Advisory Circulars (AC)

1.1.5 Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) and En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA)

1.2 Regulatory Bodies and Service Delivery Agencies

1.2.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

1.2.2 Airservices Australia

1.2.3 Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)  6

1.3 Civil Aviation Safety Regulations -Part 101

1.4 CASA Remote Pilots Licence (RePL)

1.4.1 Licencing Process and Requirements

1.4.2 Licence Privileges and Limitations

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS

1.1 Australian Aviation Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Civil Aviation Act 1988

1.1.2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

1.1.3 Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s) and Manual of Standards (MOS)

1.1.4 Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAP) and Advisory Circulars (AC)

1.1.5 Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) and En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA)

1.2 Regulatory Bodies and Service Delivery Agencies

1.2.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

1.2.2 Airservices Australia

1.2.3 Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)  6

1.3 Civil Aviation Safety Regulations -Part 101

1.4 CASA Remote Pilots Licence (RePL)

1.4.1 Licencing Process and Requirements

1.4.2 Licence Privileges and Limitations

RPAS MISSION PLANNING AND OPERATIONS

1.1 Australian Aviation Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Civil Aviation Act 1988

1.1.2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

1.1.3 Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s) and Manual of Standards (MOS)

1.1.4 Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAP) and Advisory Circulars (AC)

1.1.5 Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) and En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA)

1.2 Regulatory Bodies and Service Delivery Agencies

1.2.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

1.2.2 Airservices Australia

1.2.3 Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)  6

1.3 Civil Aviation Safety Regulations -Part 101

1.4 CASA Remote Pilots Licence (RePL)

1.4.1 Licencing Process and Requirements

1.4.2 Licence Privileges and Limitations

HUMAN FACTORS

1.1 Australian Aviation Regulatory Framework

1.1.1 Civil Aviation Act 1988

1.1.2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, and Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

1.1.3 Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s) and Manual of Standards (MOS)

1.1.4 Civil Aviation Advisory Publications (CAAP) and Advisory Circulars (AC)

1.1.5 Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) and En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA)

1.2 Regulatory Bodies and Service Delivery Agencies

1.2.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)

1.2.2 Airservices Australia

1.2.3 Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)  6

1.3 Civil Aviation Safety Regulations -Part 101

1.4 CASA Remote Pilots Licence (RePL)

1.4.1 Licencing Process and Requirements

1.4.2 Licence Privileges and Limitations

Upcoming Sub 2Kg Course Practical Assessment Dates

The Sub2Kg modules are completed online and the practical training, and assessment are held monthly

Brisbane

  • September 28
  • October 26
  • November 30

Sydney

  • September 29
  • October 27
  • November 1
  • December 15

Melbourne

  • September 28
  • October 26
  • November 30

Perth

  • September 28
  • October 26
  • November 30
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