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What is the UA online learning resources?

The UA Online Learning Resources is an online portal that contains a comprehensive collection of educational and instructional resources that accompany and or complement UA textbooks, Blackboard™ courses, and JATC programs.

What is fors eLearning?

eLEARNING FORS eLearning is a comprehensive series of online training modules designed to offer drivers and managers concise, accessible training. Modules take between 20-40 minutes and on successful completion your name will automatically be added to the FORS Professional training register. Limited or no internet access?

How do I get access to UA training?

If you are a UA Apprentice or journeyworker and would like access, please contact your Training Director/Coordinator or JATC.

How many people have joined the e-learning programme?

Over the last nineteen years, more than 80,000 people have joined the continuous professional development (CPD) and lifelong learning (LLL) courses of our E-Learning Programme, in a variety of academic and professional fields.

How do I get access to UA training?

If you are a UA Apprentice or journeyworker and would like access, please contact your Training Director/Coordinator or JATC.

What is eLearning and development?

Learning and Development provides staff access to interactive online courses and resources that provide job and career development opportunities, just-in-time performance support, as well as for compliance training.

How do I request a new UA instructor account?

UA instructors can request a new account by clicking the Request an Account link above. If you are a UA Apprentice or journeyworker and would like access, please contact your Training Director/Coordinator or JATC.

What are learning resources®?

Learning Resources has a variety of hands-on educational toys for kids of all ages. Have fun while your child develops their motor and social skills. Learning Resources® | Kids Educational Toys & Learning Games JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.

What is FORS and why is it for you? The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators which aims to raise the level of quality within fleet operations, and to demonstrate which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency, and environmental protection.

How do I search on the Fors professional eLearning website?

You can search on the FORS website by entering either the driver’s or the company’s name in the FORS Professional training register. I registered for eLearning with the wrong email address, what do I do? Log in to your eLearning account with the incorrect details and click on the icon next to eLearning dashboard, which says “Update profile”.

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How do I request a new UA instructor account?

UA instructors can request a new account by clicking the Request an Account link above. If you are a UA Apprentice or journeyworker and would like access, please contact your Training Director/Coordinator or JATC.

How long does the UA basic training take?

The UA Basic Training will provide users with relevant theoretical knowledge on how to operate their UA safely. The training will take about 2 hours to complete. Upon successful completion of the training, users will be issued with a UA Basic Training certificate.

What is the UA online learning resources?

The UA Online Learning Resources is an online portal that contains a comprehensive collection of educational and instructional resources that accompany and or complement UA textbooks, Blackboard™ courses, and JATC programs. This site is available to UA membership.

What is the weight limit for UA basic training?

Effective 1 February 2021, users who operate their unmanned aircraft (UA) with a total weight of more than 1.5 kilograms and not exceeding 7 kilograms, for recreational or educational purposes, are required to undergo a one-time UA Basic Training to be conducted by CAAS-approved UA Basic Training organisations.

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