FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Drone Course
The Drone Coach provides the most affordable remote pilot drone course available. Our students can quickly take the FAA part 107 remote pilot knowledge exam and receive their remote pilot drone license. A one-time payment of $49.00 provides students with lifetime access to over seven hours of lessons, over 300 practice questions, and dozens of practice quizzes specific to each lesson. In addition, our students will also have access to all course materials in PDF format. Most importantly, you’ll have access to two (2) timed practice exams that are similar to the exam you’ll see when you sit for the FAA Remote Pilot’s Knowledge Exam to receive your remote pilot certificate.
Part 107 Remote Pilot Drone Course Enrollment
Firstly, enrolling in our part 107 remote pilot drone course is fast and easy. You can securely pay for our course using any debit or credit card. You’ll then have instant access to all of our part 107 drone course material. Be sure to enter your email address correctly. Login details are promptly emailed to you after payment is made.
Secondly, we suggest that you do not enroll from work, especially if you know your work servers are heavily protected with a secure firewall. If in doubt, speak to your supervisor before enrolling for our part 107 remote pilot drone course from your work place.
Free Part 107 Drone Course Preview
Still unsure? No worries! We provide two free preview lessons for your review. These free part 107 drone lessons will provide you with the opportunity to review our lessons. In turn, you can make a more informed decision before purchasing our part 107 course. Just navigate to the menu link above and click Preview Course. You’ll have immediate access to Lesson 1 and Lesson 6 and dozens of additional practice quizzes specific to each lesson.
Lesson 1: Part 107 Remote Pilot Drone Course
Lesson 1 of the FAA part 107 remote pilot drone course reviews applicable UAS drone regulations. This is the same information that will be on your FAA part 107 exam. In part, this includes what defines an sUAS and the minimum age requirements. You’ll also learn about foreign aircraft registration, accident reporting, emergency procedures, and more.
Lesson 6: Part 107 Remote Pilot Drone Course
Lesson 6 of the FAA part 107 remote pilot drone course reviews information regarding airport operations. Such as, how to distinguish the difference between towered and non-towered airports. You’ll also learn about the national airspace system, UNICOM frequencies, and weather systems. Also included are how to report wildlife strikes and when to report damage to other people’s property.
With these two free lessons, you’ll have enough information to help you make a more informed purchasing decision.
Please note that this is a non-proctored study course. Consequently, this means our course does not provide you with a one-on-one teacher to ask questions. So if you prefer to have access to a proctor, then our course is not for you. All of the answers to all questions you may have are provided within our course materials and videos. In addition, you can also find information on our sister website TheDroneCoach.com. Independent learners are the target audience for our part 107 remote pilot drone instruction. Our in-depth, visually appealing video tutorials help you learn new material and keep it for life.
The Drone Coach evaluates the progress of our students. If you run into any problems or have any ideas or comments, please email us at any time. We’ll get back to you within a day.
Thank you for considering The Drone Coach. And congratulations in advance on becoming what we like to call, a Remote Pilot in Demand™.