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Achievement Scheme Roadshows

Achievement Scheme Roadshows

The Achievement Scheme Review Committee (ASRC) will be running two Achievement Scheme Roadshows in early 2017, one in the North and the second in the South, these roadshows are open to any BMFA member who wishes to attend, the conferences will be all day events and tea/coffee and lunch will be provided. There is no cost to attend however places are limited at each roadshow to 100. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. It is anticipated that the program for the day will i...
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Achievement Scheme Handbook & Website Launched

Launch of the New Achievement Scheme Handbook & Dedicated Achievement Scheme Website. The new Achievement Scheme Handbook has now been launched !  We have also launched a new, dedicated, BMFA Achievement Scheme website. The handbook can be viewed and downloaded from here. To view the website go to http://achievements.bmfa.org The new Achievement Scheme website is your one-stop shop for everything relating to the Achievement Scheme. The intention is to make all Scheme materials easier to...
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2016 Achievement Scheme Update

2016 Achievement Scheme Update These new developments all come into effect from this April onwards. The principle changes are; The introduction of a new, dedicated, Achievement Scheme Handbook The introduction of the Basic Proficiency Certificates (BPC) for fixed wing & rotorcraft fitted with stabilisation technologies (Please note that BPC's are not applicable to the Silent Flight tests) The Introduction of an FPV Extension to existing certificates The introduction of additional, ma...
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Achievement Scheme News

ASRC New Flash In recent years we have seen significant developments in technologies in RC flying that are likely to have a lasting impact on the hobby. The Achievement Scheme Review Committee (ASRC) recognises the need to embrace these new technologies, and cater for newcomers, and their clubs, who choose to fly the new generations of aircraft that these advances allow. As a result, the ASRC are currently developing a new form of Proficiency Certificate, one for Fixed Wing aircraft and anothe...
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