Defence Technology Institute
Unmaned Aircraft Systems Training Centre



Organization Chart

Quality Policy

       The Defence Technology Institute Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Centre adheres to practices that promote the highest quality standard. We are committed that the unmanned-aircraft-systems training centre shall provide outstanding, theoretical and practical trainings in accordance with the internationally accredited curriculum for satisfying customers, achieving the quality management system and following the regulatory requirements.

        It will dedicate all resources needed in order to safeguard the systems.
This policy includes organisational gaals and the need and expectations of customers while it is understood,implemented and maintained, at all levels the personnel following the directives:

          (a) To offer services with adequate intrinsic safety and quality and achieve full customer satisfaction.
          (b) To offer services that aggregate value to our customers and being flexible fore front their necessities.
          (c) To focus the activities in preventive actions.
          (d) To assure quality as responsibility of everyone and of each one.
          (e) To reinforce the team working.
          (f) To follow continuous improving approach.
          (g) To access to Quality Manager for all quality matters.

       The vision of Defence Technology Institute Unmnanned Aircraft Systers Training Centre is to become the first centre of excellence for international-standard unmanned-aircraft-systems training centre in Thailand and ASEAN.

       The goal of Defence Technology Institute Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Centre is to totally satisfy both the authorities’ and customers’ needs and expectations through the implementation of an effective quality system.

Safety Policy

        Safety is the first priority in all our activities and is one of our core business functions. We committed to implementing, developing and improving strategies, management system and process to ensure that all our aviation activities have the highest level of safety perforrnance and exceed both national and interational standards.

          (a) Develop and embed a safety culture in all our aviation activities.
          (b) Clearly define all personal’s accountabilities and responsibilities for developing and delivering aviation safety strategy and performance.
          (c) Enforce the management of safety as a primary responsibility of all managers, employees, students and partners.
          (d) Minimize the risks associated with aviation operations to a point that is as low as reasonably practicable.
          (e) Comply with legislative and regulatory requirements and standards.
          (f) Ensure that all staff has adequate and appropriate aviation safety information and training.
          (g) Ensure there are enough skilled and trained personnel to implement safety strategy and policy.
          (h) Establish and measure our safety performance against realistic objectives and/or targets.
          (i) Ensure that an effective Safety Management System is integral to all our aviation activities.
          (j) Ensure a culture of open reporting of all safety hazards, in which management will not initiate disciplinary acticn against any personal who, in good faith, disclose a hazard or safety occurrence resulting from unintentional conduct.
          (k) Ensure that appropriate hurnan resources and finance issues are allocated to all the management of safety. The above achievemnents rely on the involvement of every one.

Training Policy

         In the UAV business, service and quality and safety has always been at the forefront and the heart of the industry. Effective training is a key factor to the success for DTI-UTC.

        Standardizing of procedures and enhancement of human proficiency allows the customers to maintain a safe operation for UAV. The Remote Pilot Licence Training Manual” is prepared with an objective to establish the highest of standards and proficiency when it comes to quality Remote Pilot Licence and safety. Aligned with DTI-UTC Policy, objective is also to achieve an optimum result of the highest, safest operation at all times.

      The Accountable Executive shall ensure that the Training Procedure Manual accurately reflects the operational policies, regulations and procedures. The program shall contain all mandatory training subjects, practical training and lectures in order to produce competent.

       Remote Pilot Licence members to conduct their safety related duties and responsibilities during normal and abnormal operations. Moreover, Remote Pilot Licence members shall perform confidently and professionally in any abnormal or emergency situation that may arise.

      It is the responsibility of the Accountable Executive to know its contents and keep it up-to-date. All information in this Remote Pilot Licence Training Manual is confidential.

     The transmission or revelation of its contents in any form or manner to individuals not associated with the DTI-UTC is strictly prohibited.