Creating Social Change Our CERTIFIED Program

Our CERTIFIED Program allows other organisations, individuals and companies to use our knowledge, experience and programs under licence to deliver in their communities. We recognise that increasing the diversity in STEM is a job that requires other likeminded people and organisations to band together. This is why we offer training and support through our CERTIFIED Program.

It is about scaling our ability to reach more students, to have more students exposed to the magic of drones and geospatial science.

Through our CERTIFIED Program you will be given access to our online Community Instructor Training and face to face Certified Instructor Training, equipping you with the skills to take drones and geospatial science to students and teachers. With our program already being taught around the world and to over 3,500 students, you can have confidence in knowing that our program works.

You will also have access to our online resources and courses, and provided with an affiliate link. For every sale made through your affiliate link, you are provided a percentage of the sale. We deliver the course and maintain the resources. This gives you an additional revenue stream.

Launching July 2019.

We will be launching our full CERTIFIED Program in July 2019. Currently we are working with a small number of early adopter organisations! 

You may register your interest to find out more when we launch this program in July.

Education Change Agents

CERTIFIED Partners

Women and Drones

Women and Drones are our partner in the USA. They are a CERTIFIED Partner and promote our online courses, connecting with teachers and the community.

Our Community Partners

University of Tasmania

University of Tasmania

We have trained a number of academics and post graduate students so they can share the power of drones and geospatial science with school students in their area.

Duke University

Duke University

We work with the Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing Lab, training academics and post graduate students so they can share the power of drones and geospatial science with school students in their area.