FAA Part 107 Test Prep Course - 2 Day Live Instructor Lead Training

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Date | July 14-15

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  • Product Description

      This course is taught by a certified flight instructor from Upper Limit Aviation.  The course is broadcast virtually over two days.   Students can interact with the instructor for questions and clarifications. Sample test questions are reviewed during the training to help prepare for the proctored exam.   

      The FAA Part 107 Exam is "rules of the airspace" knowledge and required to commercially operate unmanned systems in US airspace.  This course does not teach how operate a UAS.   We suggest starting with the RMUS UAS Foundations Training Package to learn how to operate equipment.

      Please note - the FAA exam cost and scheduling is not included with this course.  

       

      Course Outline:


      Regulation Overview

      • Main Points of part 107

      Weather

      • Altitude and air density changes
      • Cloud evaluation and storm progression
      • Solar heating 

      Loading and Performance

      • Safe Practices for take-off and landing
      • Load factor, Center of Gravity and flight performance

      Operations

      • Preflight planning
      • Crew resource management
      • Aeronautical decision making
      • Avation lingo 

      National Airspace Systems

      • Sectional Chart Reading
      • MSL vs. AGL
      • Airport Operations

      Regulations

      • Air Traffic Control clearance
      • Emergency situations
      • Remote Pilot in Command Responsibilities

      Practice Tests on App

      • Download Study App
      • Show how to take tests
      • Ensure scoring over 80 to 85% prior scheduling test

      How to take the part 107 test

      • How do schedule the exam at testing center near student
      • What to expect at test location

      What to do after you pass the test

      • What to do with FAA
      • What to do with your employer