This course is taught by RMUS trainers and broadcast virtually. 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. Class size is limited to 12 students to ensure attendees get individual attention for an interactive experience.
The FAA Part 107 Exam is "rules of the airspace" knowledge and is required to commercially operate unmanned systems in US airspace. This course does not teach how to operate a UAS. We suggest starting with the RMUS UAS Foundations Training Package to learn how to operate the equipment.
This course also includes the on-demand part 107 foundations course and LAANC course.
Please contact us for special group rates. We can offer this course as a private training to groups of 5 or more.
Please note - the FAA exam cost and scheduling is not included with this course.
Main Points of part 107
Altitude and air density changes
Cloud evaluation and storm progression
Loading and Performance
Safe Practices for take-off and landing
Load factor, Center of Gravity and flight performance
Crew resource management
Aeronautical decision making
National Airspace Systems
Sectional Chart Reading
MSL vs. AGL
Air Traffic Control clearance
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
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