There’s a new drone pilot looking for work
After successfully passing the A2 Certificate of Competency (A2 CofC) course a commercial drone pilot will be keen to put their new found skills to work. It is the natural progression and what the person has spent their time and money on achieving.
Lining up your ducks or should we say drones?
It would be really easy to say that a newly qualified person is going to be inundated with offers of exciting, well paid drone projects. All on their doorstep and all from the drone registry or directory they pay to join. Whatever is done to promote a drone service, it needs to be professional, consistent an regular. Through gaining visibility a business will gain enquiries. The short route of paying for someone else to pay for Google advertising is an expensive and low return option. Pilots throughout the UK report of little, no or poor enquiries. This is something caslisted.com is design to change.
Why is a new drone pilot looking for work?
There must be lots of work out there, just waiting to be done. Like any early venture the newly qualified drone pilot needs to build their business through gaining enquiries. They will want a website for potential customers to visit. They are going to want set up social media pages, getting their profile noticed. Quite a lot to do then.
Drone pilots offer more than just Aerial photography
Taking pictures of people, property and products from the air is a natural first step and one that most businesses will offer. Aerial service providers wanting to deliver a more specialised offering will develop their skill sets and invest heavily in drone equipment, better placing them to be in a position.
Aligning aerial services with consumer needs
When someone searches for an aerial service they have a specific need. It’s difficult to know exactly what this is or even where it is. This is where CAS listed excels in connecting buyers with sellers.