First Responder Drone Training

FLYMOTION is grounded on a legacy of public safety operational experience spanning decades. We are proud to have trained some of the most prominent fire rescue and law enforcement agencies across the United States. We honor this heritage by providing first responder drone training, utilizing the latest drone technology and unmanned systems.

Accredited First Responder Drone Training Courses

FLYMOTION offers a series of Unmanned Tactical Application Courses specifically designed for first responders, endorsed by the Center for Disaster Risk Policy (CDRP) at Florida State University. Find courses certified by FSU in our catalog and register promptly when classes become available.

Realistic Training Environments: Fostering Authentic Learning Experiences

We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of our clients by offering first responder drone training in realistic environments. Our Unmanned Tactical Application Courses (UTAC) are held at our state-of-the-art headquarters in Tampa, FL, or at other affiliate locations, including the Guardian Centers.

Practical First Responder Drone Training: Paving the Way to Proficiency

Success in operational environments hinges on practical, hands-on training from experts. Our first responder drone training equips you with the tools and techniques necessary to swiftly advance to higher competency levels.

Upholding the Gold Standard: The FLYMOTION Pledge

FLYMOTION is committed to setting and maintaining high standards in drone proficiency for all pilots, especially those new to UAS integration within public safety. This commitment is reflected in our adherence to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards in many of our first responder drone training courses.

Comprehensive First Responder Drone Training: Building Competent UAS Operators

Designing a comprehensive first responder drone training program requires a wholistic approach to UAS operations. Our training program addesses evolving UAS regulations, expanding roles for police UAS deployment, creating public approval for drone operations, and ensuring safety, as underscored by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).