Digital Careers Fair: Public Safety - COPTRZ

Sam has supported the supply of integrated drone solutions to some of the UK’s largest and most pioneering emergency service organisations including Devon & Cornwall Police, Ministry of Defence, Kent Fire and Rescue Service, Leicester Police and Air Accidents Investigation Branch. Aerial intelligence is vital to these services, but how do you get hired within the public safety sector as a drone pilot? Join Sam and Pete in this 45-minute webinar to find out how!

At the end, Pete and Sam will run through your questions in a live Q&A.

 

Pete will be asking all-important questions like:

✓ What are the benefits of using drones in public safety?

✓ How much can I earn as a drone pilot?

✓ What different job roles are available within the sector?

✓ What are the best drones to operate for public safety?

✓ What companies are already using drone technology in their operations?

Meet your host, Peter Taylor

Drone technology is growing every day, COPTRZ has realised that the demand from the Real Estate sector is growing too. Peter joined COPTRZ in 2020 as our in-house UAV expert for the Property and Real Estate markets and is proud to be able to support ex-servicemen and women looking for a rewarding career after servicing in the military. His background in the commercial property sector and workplace fit-out means that Peter’s knowledge of the industry is invaluable at COPTRZ. Peter understands the uses of drones across all parts of the industry from marketing all the way through to construction. While being at COPTRZ, Peter has already helped provide drone solutions for the likes of KIER.

Pete also served in the army from the age of 18 originally joining as an ammunition technician in the RLC before being selected from the ranks to attend Sandhurst and become an officer.

Meet your host, Sam Denniff

Sam is our in-house UAV expert for public safety within military, police, fire and search & rescue organisations. Sam has supported the supply of integrated drone solutions to some of the UK’s largest and most pioneering emergency service organisations including Devon & Cornwall Police, Ministry of Defence, Kent Fire and Rescue Service, Leicester Police and Air Accidents Investigation Branch.