Training for Federal Aviation Administration Remote (Drone) Pilot Certification.

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Training for Federal Aviation Administration Remote (Drone) Pilot Certification.

1,000.00

DATE (TBA) March 5 - 7, 2019

PRESENTERS Toby Lindsey, CEO, Drone Technologist, LLC

Bruce Buckley, President, Drone Technologist, LLC

OVERVIEW This course covers in detail the necessary aeronautical knowledge and all prerequisites specified by the FAA within the FAR Part 107 to study and take the FAA remote pilot written test.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Anyone interested in utilizing UAVs for business or hire.

OVERVIEW

Course covers in detail the necessary aeronautical knowledge and all prerequisites specified by the FAA within the FAR Part 107 to study and take the FAA remote pilot written test. Moreover the course is designed to introduce the material then have the students apply the information in real scenarios through class discussions and practical exercises. To re-enforce the information presented, the course has an online test bank that each student has access to for test taking practice. The online test bank is great for student self-assessment of strengths and weaknesses with in the topics covered.

The course is designed for Professionals who want to operate a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or Drone for compensation. To legally fly a Drone for compensation the FAA mandates the pilot must have a “Remote Pilot License”.

This course covers all mandated subjects per FAA stipulation and prepares the student to study and pass the FAA’s Exam to receive a “Remote Pilot’s License”.

The students will be exposed to the necessary aeronautical knowledge and meet the prerequisites specified in FAR Part 107 for a remote pilot written test.

OBJECTIVES

Course covers the following mandated topics:

DAY 1:

  • INTRO to FAR 107 & AIRSPACE- COURSE OVERVIEW

    • Chapter 1: Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 107 (8:00am - 10:00am)

    • Short Break: (10:00am – 10:15am)

    • Chapter 2: Airspace Classification, Operating Requirements, Flight Restrictions (10:15am - 12:15pm)

    • Lunch (12:15pm - 1:00pm)

  • UAS OPERATIONS & APPENDIX A

    • Chapter 3: Airport Operations (1:00pm - 2:00pm)

    • Chapter 4: Radio Procedures (2:00pm - 3:00pm)

    • Chapter 5: Appendix A (3:00pm - 4:00pm)

DAY 2:

  • AERONAUTICAL DECISION MAKING

    • Chapter 6: Aeronautical Charts User Guide (8:00am - 9:00am)

    • Chapter 7: Physiological/Medical Factors that Affect Pilot Performance (Floating) 

    • Short Break: 10:00am – 10:15am

  • CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS & AERONAUTICAL CHARTS

    • Chapter 8: Crew Resource Management (CRM) (10:15pm - 12:15pm)

    • Lunch (12:15pm - 1:00pm)

    • Chapter 9: Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) (1:00pm - 3:00pm)

DAY 3:

  • AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, PERFORMANCE & AVIATION WEATHER

    • Chapter 10: Aircraft Maintenance (8:00am - 9:00am)

    • Chapter 11: Determining the Performance of Small Unmanned Aircraft (9:00am - 10:00am)

    • Short Break: 10:00am – 10:15am

    • Chapter 12: Small Unmanned Aircraft Loading (10:15am - 11:15am)

    • Chapter 13: Weather (11:15am - 12:15am)

About Drone Technologist

Drone Technologist instructors are “Unmanned Technology Experts”. Unlike many of the startups and fly by night companies within the field hoping to get in on the corporate profits, Drone Technologist is comprised of real Unmanned Professionals. We believe money is nice, but job creation is better. Our mission is to be known as a company that creates jobs with real living wages. 

PRESENTERS

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Toby Lindsey, CEO, Drone Technologist, LLC.

Drone Technologist' CEO Toby Lindsey started his career in the industry in 2005 as a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator in the U.S. Army, becoming one of thefew DES certified UAS/UAV instructors in the world. Toby, is also a FAA regulation expert and has written many COAs (Certificate of Authorization) and Waivers allowing UAV's to get special permission to fly with in the National airspace.

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Bruce Buckley, President, Drone Technologist, LLC.

Drone Technologist' President, Bruce Buckley started his career in the industry in 1994 becoming one of the first “96U” Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operators in the U.S. Army, becoming a instructor and later Director of Training for a large Government Contractor. 

Both Toby and Bruce have Unmanned Ground, Surface, Underwater, and Aerial experience.

EVENT DETAILS

  • Date: (TBA) December 11 - 13 2018

  • Time: 8 AM New York | 7 AM Chicago | 6 AM Denver | 5 AM Los Angeles

  • Duration: 2.5 Days

  • Instructors: Toby Lindsey, CEO, Drone Technologist, LLC. and Bruce Buckley, President, Drone Technologist, LLC.

  • Education level: Open