FAA Drones Pilot Exam Prep

FAA Drones Pilot Exam Prep

If you want to charge for your drone services, you need to have a license.  The Federal Aviation Administration requires that professional drone pilots hold an FAA part 107 license.  FAA part 107 license holders are required to pass a written exam prior to receiving the license.  This multi-session class will help you to prepare for the written exam. Topics to be covered include small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) flight regulations, airspace & requirements, weather, loading & performance and operation. A sample test will be administered at the end of class. If you don’t have an aviation background, this class will give you the information you need to pass the exam.   
 
Students are responsible for purchasing the textbook, “UAS Remote Pilot – Test Prep” in the Kishwaukee College bookstore.
 
The instructor, Bob Myers, is a highly experienced, licensed drone pilot and owner of Hawk Aerial Imagery, an aerial photography business.    
 

Date Days Time Location Cost Course Code
April 23-May 16 T/TH 6:00pm-9:00pm Kishwaukee College-A1267 $199 REC 709 5005

REGISTRATION REQUIRED:  Melissa Gallagher – (815) 825-9466 mgallagher1@kish.edu