WSQ Aerial Surveillance with Drones

Original price was: $1,400.00.Current price is: $700.00.



At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • LO1: Describe the different types of drones and functionalities used in security surveillance today
  • LO2: Complete relevant documentation relating to remote drone surveillance operations
  • LO3: Set up drones for surveillance purposes
  • LO4: Operate drones for surveillance purposes
  • LO5: Maintain the drones and their detachable surveillance equipment
  • LO6: Escalate abnormal behaviours discovered to appropriate authorities and enforcement teams.

What You’ll Learn

If you are interested in getting UAPL certificate (Unmanned Aerial Pilot Licence), come for this prep course to learn how to fly drones and practice maneuvers before going for your UAPL theory and practical tests! Aerial surveillance and maneuvers are important foundations for drone flying skills for UAPL.

As drones become cheaper and more versatile through the years, aerial surveillance and inspections with drones have also grown easier to carry out as compared to more traditional modes of surveillance and management. Public agencies across many industry sectors have already begun testing and even operationalising the use of drones in such areas, most notably by the SPF in surveillance and crowd control since 2016.

This course will equip participants with the know-how to operate aerial drones in the execution of surveillance and/or inspection tasks according to technical and operational specifications, specifically in the area of security. It will also cover the legal, operational, and safety considerations and requirements behind the planning and executing of such aerial surveillance/inspection operations.

(Note: participants wanting to operate the drones for commercial purposes will still be required to attain an Unmanned Aerial Pilot Licence (UAPL) with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) after attending this course.)

Relevant Job Role(s)

Auxiliary Police Officer, Auxiliary Police Supervisor/Team Leader, Senior Security Officer, Technical Officer, Technical Executive, Building Supervisor, Building/Facilities Officer/Executive, Facilities Manager/Engineer

Minimum Entry Requirement

Learners should preferably be/possess:

  • At least 1 GCE ā€˜Nā€™ Level Pass
  • At least 1 year of working experience in any capacity
  • Able to speak, listen and read English at a proficiency level not lower than the Employability Skills Workforce Skills Qualification Workplace Literacy Level (WPL Level 3)

*Learners who do not qualify in terms of education but have the relevant working experience will be admitted on a case-by-case basis, subject to approval by the Management Representative (MR).

Drone License / Certification

Upon completion of the course, learner will be received a Statement of Attainment (SOA)