Our training sessions are mostly held near our head office in Emsworth, Hampshire (UK). For larger groups (4 delegates or more), we can offer training on your site, however this will be subject to external checks carried out by one of our instructors to ensure it is safe to operate.
No – iRed provides free drone insurance for all practical flight assessments during your course. We also provide students with a 10% discount off their first year of drone insurance.
Students attending bespoke emergency services drone training will need to bring with them: A laptop, A mobile device, Warm clothing (including gloves),
Lunch (hot drinks will be provided on-site).
Whilst owning a drone is not essential, students attending this course are welcome to bring their own equipment with them.
Founded in 2002, iRed is a pioneer in the field, being among the first thermal imaging training centers globally. Our courses are taught by industry veterans, many of whom have played a significant role in shaping the standards and regulations we follow today.
iRed stands out as the only training center offering courses that meet both ABBE ISO 6781 and PCN ISO 18436 standards. Additionally, it is the sole thermal imaging academy endorsed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for drone training.Our team collaborates closely with prominent academic institutions, such as the University of Portsmouth and the University of Plymouth. This collaboration is focused on developing innovative techniques and practices for the industry.
Whether you are attending in-person or virtually, our instructors are always on hand to give additional support and one-to-one mentoring where required. If you would like to have a chat away from the group, then this can be done during break times or alternatively when the session finishes each day.