1. Drone Cert Prep for the FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam
Experts Speculate that by the year 2020 there will be over 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft. Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off.
2. sUAS Pilot Training Course
The Commercial Drone Pilot Course consists of materials that prepare the student to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification. This course work covers Reulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations and Weather. Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various tyupes of sUAS (drones).