DJI Japan to train 10,000 pilots in next 3 years
MARIKO TAI, Nikkei staff writer
TOKYO — DJI Japan, a unit of the world’s largest drone maker, on Wednesday announced that it will begin offering corporate training programs next month.
“We decided to offer [certification programs] in Japan because there were many requests from our customers,” said Tomoko Kakino, an event manager at the company. It will be China-based DJI’s first training program anywhere in the world.
Three certificates will be offered — DJI specialist, DJI instructor and DJI master. The company is planning on training 10,000 drone pilots during the next three years.
DJI to train 10,000 pilots – Japan