DRONE PILOT TRAINING - REMOTE PILOT GORUND SCHOOL
If you are looking for the FAA Part 107 drone pilot exam we can help.
Drone Pilot Ground School is a good investment of your time and money.
Get started right and learn the concepts of commercially operating drones thoroughly and completely.
Many professionals in the industry have started with a drone pilot ground school and went on to advanced job opportunities and careers.
As a commercial drone pilot you must receive your Part 107 license, the remote pilot certificate.
Our drone pilot ground school can help you prepare for this.
Things you learn at the Drone Pilot Ground School
A FAA certified flight instructor will teach you all the necessary conecpts in the drone pilot ground school
Airspace Classification, Operating Requirements and Flight Restrictions
Aviation Weather Sources
Effects of Weather on Small Unmanned Aircraft Performance
Small Unmanned Aircraft Loading
Crew Resource Management
Radio Communication Procedures
Determining the Performance of Small Unmanned Aircraft
Physiological Factors affecting Pilot Performance
Aeronautical Decision Making
Maintenance and Preflight Inspection Procedures
To be eligible to get your Remote Pilot Certificate, you must be:
At least 16 years old
Able to read, write, speak, and understand English
Be in a physical and mental condition to safely fly a UAS
Study for the Knowledge Test
Take our drone pilot ground school!
Schedule: Total of 6 sessions.
Choose ONLINE or in a CLASSROOM.
The online quizzing program is not included in the cost of the ground school.
The cost of the actual FAA knowledge test ($175, subject to change) is NOT included, as it is charged by the test center.
TESTING STANDARDS ACS
FAA STUDY GUIDE
Day 1: Regulations FAR 107, Remote ID and sUAS Categories. Airports, Charts, Publications, Airspace
Day 2: Aviation Weather Sources, Weather forecasts and reports, weather theory, Effects of weather on sUAS Performance
Day 3: sUAS aircraft loading, aerodynamic forces, performance
Day 4: Emergency procedures, crew resource management, radio coms,
Day 5: Pilot health and attitude, safety of flight
Day 6: Airport ops, aircraft maintenance, preflight, night ops