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RCOC (EVLOS) Module 1 (Drone/UAS)

Remote Pilot Certificate of Competency Extended Visual Line of Sight Module 1 allows you to fly the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) or more commonly known as Drone Operations in accordance with the CAAM Civil Aviation Regulation 2016 (MCAR) Regulation 140-144. As such, remote pilots holding a RCoC-B are able to conduct Extended Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) operations within the Specific Category and perform Predefined Risk Assessment (PDRA). RCoC-B is paired with Module 1 (EVLOS), the Certificate holder may operate operations that involve an unmanned aircraft being flown beyond the VLOS of the remote pilot but make use of visual observers for the purpose of avoiding collisions (i.e., operations that are frequently referred to as Extended VLOS [EVLOS]). The Airasia Drone Academy RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1 course provides a hands-on and practical assessment. This ensures that remote pilots have the skills and knowledge to operate their drone safely and responsibly.

Level
Upskill
Duration
2 Days, Daily: 9am - 6pm
Study Mode
Part Time
Study Type
Onsite
Start Date
14 Feb, 2022
Price
RM2,400
HRDF
Non-claimable
Upcoming Course Dates
14 Feb, 2022
- 15 Feb, 2022
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14 Mar, 2022
- 15 Mar, 2022
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28 Mar, 2022
- 29 Mar, 2022
Starting in 64 days
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Trainer
Multiple Industry Experts
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Course Details
What to Expect

To gain their RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1, participants must first attend a training course delivered by a Remote Pilot Training Organization (RPTO), such as Airasia Drone Academy. A RPTO is a centre approved by the CAAM to deliver drone training courses and certification.

During this course, participants will learn the essential skills and knowledge needed to operate a drone within the Specific Category. As such, the RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1 course introduces participants to factors such as visual observer briefing and standard phraseology.

Who Should Attend This Course

Remote Pilot Certificate of Competency - Basic (RCoC- B) holders

Prerequisites
  • Participants must be minimum 18 years old
  • Participants must have good command of English
Course Outline
General Program
  • Operation planning, airspace considerations and site risk assessment
  • Visual observer briefings, communications and equipment check
  • Normal EVLOS in-flight procedures
  • Abnormal EVLOS in-flight procedures
Certificate

At the end of the course, participants will receive the RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1 certificate issued by Airasia Drone Academy

Course Dates & Schedule
Dates
14 Feb, 2022
-
15 Feb, 2022

2 Days, Daily: 9am - 6pm

14 Mar, 2022
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15 Mar, 2022

2 Days, Daily: 9am - 6pm

28 Mar, 2022
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29 Mar, 2022

2 Days, Daily: 9am - 6pm

FAQ
1.
Do I need to own a drone before attending the course?

No, you do not need to own a UAS/drone unit before attending the course. We will provide the necessary equipment (including drones) for training purposes.

2.
What type of drones will I be using during the training?

Our training drones are currently multirotor/quadcopter. The exact brand / model are that are commonly used and commercially available namely:

  • DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ v2
  • DJI Mavic 2 Pro

As we progress, we will introduce and utilize the best (different) suited drone types for the specific requirements needed for the different training scenarios and outcomes.

3.
Does attending this drone course automatically earn me a license by CAAM?

The short answer is no. Attending the RCoC - B or RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1 earns you a Remote Pilot Certificate of Competency in the course category that you have completed.

As our syllabus is approved by the Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia, participants of this course are on the right path for this purpose.

Connect with us at drone@airasia.com if you intent to obtain a license and we will do our best to support you or your organization in obtaining one.

4.
Is the certificate obtained recognized internationally or just by the Malaysia Government?

The certificate is currently recognized and endorsed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia only.