The Drone Coach provides the most affordable part 107 remote pilot drone course available. A one-time payment of $49 provides students with lifetime access to over seven hours of ad-free comprehensive video lessons. In addition, students have access to nearly 400 practice questions, and dozens of practice quizzes specific to each lesson. Finally, students have access to all course materials in PDF format along with an addition of two (2) timed practice exams.
The Drone Coach instructor is an FAA Part 107 Certified Remote Pilot in the United States since 2018 and also a CAA GVC Certified Remote Pilot in the United Kingdom. The combination of this wealth of remote pilot droning knowledge transcends into an FAA Part 107 study course that is both comprehensive yet easy to digest.
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We’ll begin with reviewing minimum age restrictions to register and operate an sUAS in the United States. Moving forward, we’ll review the difference between controlled and uncontrolled airspace. We’ll then review regulatory and nonregulatory airspace while understanding class B, C, D, E, and G airspace. We’ll also review how to interpret and understand aeronautical sectional charts. Lastly, we’ll teach you how to decipher the complex content of the National Airspace System.
The part 107 exam doesn’t stop there. In addition, we’ll teach you how to recognize and understand weather and its effects on drone flights. Equally important, we’ll teach you how weather patterns and conditions affect safe commercial drone operations. You’ll learn how to interpret and comprehend routine weather reports as well as the use of pilot radio phraseology.
Knowing how load factors affect every day drone flight operations is also reviewed in great detail. Consequently, knowing how load factors affect inflight turns, take-offs, and landings, and understanding how the center of gravity affects drone flights are all equally important.
We’ll also review how commercial remote drone pilots should react to flight emergencies. This includes proper emergency procedures and emergency protocol. And this topic will also include crew resource management, recognising and dealing with hazardous attitudes, and conducting safe flight operations.
Finally, we close with teaching you how to understand physiological factors that can affect a safe drone flight. In addition, we’ll review the requirements of operating drones over crowds of people and nighttime flying without waiver.
We know this is a lot of information to digest but over time, you will begin to remember it all. To preview our lessons, we offer two complete part 107 remote pilot drone course lessons and practice quizzes for free. This is our way to let you experience our non-proctored courses before spending any of your hard-earned money. Click the Curriculum tab above and review Lesson 1 and Applicable sUAS Regulations and Lesson 6 Airport Operations.
Please note that our course does not offer the option of asking a teacher or proctor for constant help. Our part 107 lessons are intended for those who prefer to learn on their own and at their own pace. If you prefer to have a teacher you can ask questions of, then our course is not for you. However, we will not leave you hanging in the clouds either. Just email us and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Do you still have questions? Then please visit our sister website thedronecoach.com where we provide dozens of website links to information and knowledge that’s required to know so you can take and pass the part 107 exam.