Drone Part 107 Online Test Prep Course

Overview

This self-paced online class provides you with instruction regarding the FAA™s 14 CFR, Part 107 pilot requirements. Courses will be accessible for 30 days starting from the 1st day of the month in which you are enrolled in.

Each class will cover the following information, required to pass the FAA™s 14 CFR, Part 107 examination:

FAA 14 CFR Part 107 Regulations Airspace classification, operating requirements and flight restrictions Aviation weather sources Effect of weather on UAS/drone performance UAS loading Emergency procedures Crew resource management Radio communications procedures Determining the performance of small unmanned aircraft Physiological factors affecting pilot performance (including drugs & alcohol) Aeronautical decision-making & judgment Airport operations Maintenance & preflight inspection procedures Registering and marking small unmanned aircraft

Instructors

Rick Casada, Owner, Aerobotics LLC

  • FAA, 14 CFR, Part 107 Certified UAS Remote Pilot FAA, Safety Team, Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Certificate
  • Medical Software Development and Training Consultant Healthcare IT Business Analyst Enrolled accelerated master's program
  • BS, Professional/Technical Writing & Communications at Missouri State University

Amy Casada, Owner, Aerobotics LLC

  • FAA, 14 CFR, Part 107 Certified UAS Remote Pilot 25 years of teaching experience, with 8 at the university level
  • BS, Kinesiology, Penn State University
  • MSAS, Sport Management and Administration, Missouri State University

Course begins 1st of every month and is available for 30 days. Fee: $125


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Mail

Download and mail 
Noncredit registration form to: 
Missouri State University
Outreach Noncredit Programs
901 S. National
Springfield MO 65897