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Increase learning engagement through drones!

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FEATURED COURSE

YEAR 10
INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION

 This course has been designed in conjunction with expert educators in aviation and includes:

· History of Aviation
· Forces on Aircraft in Flight
· Components of an Aircraft
· Rotorcraft Aerodynamics
· Basic Navigation
· Air Law

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Flight and Robotic Science Education

iLearnDrones® brings the latest in drone education from the world’s best civil drone engineers to your classroom.

Brought to you by the The Institute For Drone Technology™, Our educators include some of the world’s best drone pilots and engineers including the team building the fastest and most technically advanced civil drones in the world. Students learn from three main areas: Safety of Flight, the Basic Principles and Mechanics of Flight, and how to pilot drones. We provide engaging and stimulating education with real world experiences.


“We provide engaging and stimulating education with real world experiences.”


Drone technology covers a whole range of STEM active learning areas. Engineering, design, physics, mathematics, coding, mechanical and electrical knowledge all underpin the safe creation and flying of drones.

There really is no better or more exciting area for students to experience the practical application of STEM subjects than drone technology. As part of the The Institute For Drone Technology™ we are committed to fostering an interest in STEM subjects in student across the world.

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EDUCATION AREAS

Pilot Drones

Learning how to fly a drone in a fast, fun and safe way!

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Learning The Basics

A thorough and engaging introduction into building a drone.

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Safety Of Flight

Learning drone safety in a fun and engaging way.

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"The iLearnDrones team were friendly and the kids were blown away when they saw their hard work actually flying! "

Ben Swanston

"The presentations are engaging and exciting for students and the content was spot-on."

Tamara May