Culver Aviation invites to the UAV operators’ school

Culver Aviation invites to the UAV operators’ school

A manufacturer of air monitoring services, Culver Aviation, which is part of the TECHIIA holding, has opened the first enrollment to UAV operator training courses.


Culver Aviation not only helps the defenders of Ukraine, but also creates jobs.

CEO of Culver Aviation Oleksandr Danylenko

CEO of Culver Aviation Oleksandr Danylenko

“Thousands of migrants from the eastern and central parts of the country have already arrived in western Ukraine and continue to arrive. It is important to us that everyone feels safe and has access to work – that is why we have a common interest in companies that move their offices and facilities to safe regions, like Culver Aviation. From our perspective, we do everything that is possible for the development of the business, as well as provide comprehensive support”.

Culver Aviation developed a training course for unmanned aerial vehicle operators and the enrollment of the first 20 students has started.

“We designed this course for those who are interested in aerial vehicles and want to operate them professionally. And, as a rule, they were mostly men, – tells the CEO of Culver Aviation Oleksandr Danylenko, – The situation has changed and now the profession of UAV operator has become relevant for women as well. Many women have lost their jobs and need to take care of their children, elderly and sick people. They can get a new profession and in the future – a new job.

The UAV operators' school has its own premises and experienced instructors from Culver Aviation, some of whom previously worked as reconnaissance UAV operators in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

You can enroll in the UAV operators’ school by calling 0 800 35 27 14, or via email school@culver.aero


It is worth mentioning that since the very beginning of the war, Oleg Krot and Yura Lazebnikov, founders of the TECHIIA holding, which includes Culver Aviation, have launched a new direction of the NGO Techiia Foundation, that is Support for Freedom of Ukraine. During the month of its work, the Foundation donated $7.9 million (UAH 231 million) in humanitarian aid to the defenders of Ukraine and victims of the war. Those who seek help can fill out an application. And those who want to provide financial support can make donations by the following link. The limit of one transfer is UAH 149,999 (EUR 4,500), but the number of transfers is unlimited.

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