Dia Service Co., Ltd. DOSA Chiba and Aichi schools will start training for unmanned aerial vehicle registration training institutions from June

Dia Service Co., Ltd.
DOSA Chiba Campus and Aichi Campus will start training for unmanned aerial vehicle registration training institutions from June
Independent non-technical skills such as first aid, fire extinguisher training, and CRM are compulsory

Drone operation company Dia Service Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture; Representative Director: Tomosuke Toide; hereinafter referred to as “our company”) operates Chiba and Aichi schools among the drone schools DOSA (Drone Operation Service Alliance) that it manages. We would like to inform you that we will start the training of registered training institutions in June. 1. “Practical” training unique to a drone operating company
Utilizing the know-how and unique knowledge unique to a drone operating company, we will provide courses with more practical content in addition to the subjects specified by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
1. Addition of “Injured Relief” as a compulsory subject
From December 2022, the revision of the Civil Aeronautics Act has made it mandatory to rescue the injured in the event of an accident involving a drone. DOSA has traditionally offered a first aid course as an optional menu for private qualifications, but as long as it is specified in the Civil Aeronautics Act, it is airmanship for the instructor to finish the course without giving detailed instructions. Therefore, we have decided to add the subject of first aid to the injured as a required content. It may be a burden for everyone who attends, but as a company, we will continue to do what is natural in the future.
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2. Addition of “fire extinguisher training” as a compulsory practical subject Many drones use lipo batteries, which are potentially flammable. On the other hand, there are many people who do not know how to use a fire extinguisher, and we decided that it would be a problem if they were not able to extinguish a fire in the event of an emergency, so we decided to add fire extinguisher training as a compulsory subject. I was.
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3. Significantly add original content of “CRM” and “Risk Management” In the future, drones are expected to develop as an industry more than ever. For this reason, in the past, individual pilots often worked alone, but in the future, it is expected that there will be more cases where companies will work together. Under such circumstances, CRM (Crew Resource Management) including team building and risk management should be emphasized more and more in drone operations in the future. We have been actively incorporating these initiatives into our own operations and have built up a track record. Since the know-how obtained from this will be spread to everyone, it is possible for the students to learn more practical approaches.
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4. Data management of student logs using flight logbook & checklist integration system
We will use the “FLY SAFE DRONE OPERATION Dashboard (FS-DOD)”, an integrated flight logbook and checklist system released by our company the other day, in the on-site training. Because of the checklist structure of the series of flight flow, students can systematically learn the operation procedure and at the same time manage the flight log.
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2. Contents of the training institution
The contents of implementation at Chiba school and Aichi school are as follows.
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https://prtimes.jp/a/?f=d63288-5-737c66d01562b8c70e06ea58540dd2d5.pdf 3. Amount
The amount will be the same for both Chiba school and Aichi school (2nd prize only).
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4. Representative comment
DOSA has traditionally emphasized the importance of non-technical skills in addition to technical skills (flying skills). If you only have technical skills, you can learn at any drone school, and if you have the energy, you can acquire it yourself. However, for
non-technical skills, unless you have a lot of actual operational experience, you will not be able to accumulate the know-how to provide guidance, so the number of schools that can provide guidance is limited.
In addition, as mentioned above, we have independently made a course on first aid for the injured a compulsory subject. Injured relief is newly stipulated in the Civil Aeronautics Law, but is it really enough to teach students only what is compulsory? There is an obligation to take first-aid measures in automobiles, and at driving schools, courses such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation are conducted. We value airmanship, and we hope that the students who will actually be on the flight site in the future will work with a perfect system. I would like to ask for your understanding regarding the fact that this is a compulsory subject.
Dia Service Co., Ltd.
Representative Director Chisuke Tode
5. Miscellaneous
(1) Please check the DOSA website for details of the course content. DOSA homepage: https://www.dosa.jp/
(2) For questions and applications, please contact each school directly. 6. Information for reporters and media
(1) Overview of Dia Service Co., Ltd.
Location: Chiba Prefecture Chiba City Hanamigawa Ward Asahigaoka 5-27-28 Hatamachi Building 3F
Established: June 5, 1974
Capital: 10 million yen
Employees: 5
Representative Director: Chisuke Toide
Business: Drone operation business, drone consulting business, drone field operation business,
Drone school management business, demonstration test support business Corporate site: www.daiyaservice.com
DOSA website: www.dosa.jp
(2) Inquiries regarding this matter
Department in charge: Public Relations Department
Phone: 043-310-3454 (Calls for sales of advertising are strictly prohibited) Email: info@daiyaservice.com
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