In the wake of the current COVID-19 outbreak the health and safety of our students and staff is of utmost concern. With six or less students per class, our small numbers provide an optimum learning environment while protecting your well-being.
Aviassist Remote Pilot Licence training is currently proceeding as normal. Aviassist’s business model of small group sizes for quality training also protects instructor and student well-being. We have also increased the frequency of sanitising equipment including:
- Sanitising all Remote Pilot Stations and Remote Aircraft used by staff & students
- Sanitising iPads used by staff & students
- Sanitising office spaces/furniture used by staff & students
Students due to attend one of our Remote Pilot Licence training courses who are feeling unwell or have recently travelled to higher risk countries (as advised by the Australian government) are kindly advised to reschedule their training.
Our professional instructors are also avoiding higher-risk activities to ensure your well-being. Our staff will be excluded as required to ensure your health and safety. Aviassist’s management is proactive in managing any risk and is currently reviewing the effectiveness of mitigation strategies daily.
If on-site training is more convenient, Aviassist is happy to travel to you. We simply require a minimum of three students per course.