I am planning to go for my PFAW this year to enable me to do commercial work but I have to make a decision fairly quickly due to course placement availability. I have been in contact with both EuroUSC and Resource Group, the folks who run the approved CAA courses. I found them both extremely helpful and patient with all my questions. It seems that Resource have it as far as personal 1 one 1 help is concerned and a free Theory resit if needed. However EuroUSC seem to have it on price both to get the qualification and the annual renewal costs. I thought I would post this here to see if any of you who have been down this road think I have missed something. I have used raw course costs here as I sit my theory in Belfast (which is extra) and would also most likely have to travel to England for the Flight Test. The prices below are for 2 aircraft. Also prices are GBP and incl UK VAT. EuroUSC BNUC-S Part 1 and Part 2 course and exam fees: £1260 Extra for 2nd Aircraft Flight test: £210 Total: £1470 Resource Group All -in RPQ-S course, exam, Flight Test and free resit: £1600 Extra for 2nd Aircraft Flight test: £300 Total: £1900 EuroUSC Renewal: £90 (no flight test needed they tell me and therefore no travel costs required) Resource Group Renewal: £350 (flight test needed they tell me and travel costs will be needed if test is on UK mainland) Price difference for the Course, EuroUSC are £264 cheaper Price difference for annual renewals, EuroUSC are £146 cheaper These prices do not include the CAA first year application fee and Renewal fees. First year for 2 aircraft is £226 and renewal is £114. These prices differences are significant and I know its not all down to money but I have travel and accommodation to consider too. I know commercial insurance and other factors are needed to be factored in for a business startup. The above is purely to get a PFAW from the CAA. My question is: From your experience have I missed anything major here? Thank you. Note for US friends here: This might be the way your FAA will go. Its been like this for us here in the UK for several years now.