Remote Aviation Australia was established because we saw a gap in the market. Feedback from students we’d taught at other RPAS schools identified they wanted professional and expert training. Students enjoyed learning from instructors that had actually operated in the aviation environment (both manned and unmanned), and not from instructors who had just read about it from a book.
They wanted to be prepared properly for the industry, not simply taught drone tricks by people that may have only conducted park flying (which there is entirely a deserved place for under the recreational category). Students didn’t just want to be another number at the larger schools – they wanted more one-on-one training and smaller class sizes.