WHAT HAPPENS ON A FLIGHT ASSESSMENT
When you arrive, your examiner will give you a briefing on the task you will perform. You will come prepared with a flight plan and risk assessment for the flying site. Your examiner will expect you to brief him or her on the flight plan and be able to explain the reasons and decisions behind your approach.
As a precursor to the actual flying, your examiner will assess your knowledge of air law and your aircraft. You will then be invited to complete a full site assessment, check your drone and setup appropriate control measures for the task.
You should bring all your own equipment required to complete the assessment including but not limited to laptop, maps, personal protective equipment, paperwork, anemometer, first aid kit, signs, small fire extinguisher.