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Formation télépilote de drone
Drone pilot training

We offer drone remote piloting training services for everyone, adaptable to all professional activities. 

Located in the Ardèche commune of Le Teil, the center is part of the "Le Faisceau Sud" business incubator.

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Click&Protect offers three sessions,

Theory Session
A theoretical training session for remote pilots over 4 consecutive days to learn the basics of mini-UAV navigation via e-learning, in accordance with current legislation.
Practical Session
A practical remote pilot training session over 4 consecutive days to practice your new drone remote pilot skills in real-life situations. Practical case studies help you understand the different situations you'll have to deal with, depending on location and weather conditions.
Maintenance Session
A 1-day telemotor skills maintenance session to update and reinforce your skills.

The benefits of using a drone for safety?


When it comes to security, accurate information is crucial for assessing risk situations and adapting the response to the facts observed.

By making it possible to limit risks, better anticipate and react upstream, the professional drone is an invaluable support for the security guard in his or her missions of doubt removal, patrol and guarding.

It can :

Ensure general surveillance of a site, 

Detect anomalies and react quickly

Prevent danger, 

Move quickly on request 

Alert the police quickly if necessary


In this case, human safety actions can easily be complemented by the use of a drone, a pairing that combines efficiency, safety and working comfort for the agent.

How does the drone complement human safety?


Far from replacing agents and human intervention, the surveillance drone is in fact the perfect ally for security teams.

Ensuring the protection of people and property at all times, it also saves time in the remote assessment of an event, and facilitates the agent's decision-making, without exposing him or her directly to a potential difficulty.

In other words, human and technological resources complement each other in the service of safety and operational efficiency.

The use of surveillance drones is also an opportunity to boost the attractiveness of the security sector, which is currently experiencing a shortage of personnel, by offering the acquisition of new skills made indispensable by the spread of increasingly sophisticated and connected technological equipment.

At the end of the training you will be* able to: 

  • prepare a drone mission from a technical and regulatory point of view. 

  • pass the DGAC civil drone pilot theoretical exam. 

  • specialize in private security piloting for patrols and surveillance.

(* after personal training, depending on your motivation and current level of knowledge)
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