UAS/Drone Remote Pilot Test Prep for Part 107 (Init & Recur)

Training

Virtual

$ 100.001-250.000

Descripción

  • Tipología

    Training

  • Metodología

    Virtual

  • Horas lectivas

    13h

  • Inicio

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"This course is a comprehensive class that encompasses everything needed to know to become a proficient Remote Pilot and to pass the FAA written initial or recurrent. exam. It is NOT an overview course that teaches you how to memorize answers.I don’t believe in ""just passing the test"". I want you to become an educated drone pilot who can plan and complete safe missions.
I am a Flight Instructor, Remote Pilot, and Airplane Commercial Pilot who has been teaching aviation for over 15 years. I love teaching and sharing my knowledge and helping students. I included over 12.5 hours of lectures, split between 200+ easy to follow videos organized in 10 chapters.
By the end of this course, here are a few of the things you will be able to:
• identify all types of airspace on an aeronautical chart,
• understand which airspace requires FAA‑approval and know how to receive such approval,
• read aeronautical charts to identify potential hazards
• understand the Part 107 regulation in order to fly legally
• read and understand weather reports such as METARs and TAFs,
understand radio communication procedures and more
The course covers all the subject areas highlighted by the FAA under 14 CFR Part 107.73:
Applicable regulations; Airspace; Aviation weather sources and effects of weather on small unmanned aircraft performance; Small unmanned aircraft loading; Emergency procedures; Crew resource management; Radio communication procedures; Determining the performance of small unmanned aircraft; Physiological effects of drugs and alcohol; Aeronautical decision-making and judgment; Airport operations; and Maintenance and preflight inspection procedures.
The course also contains 250 practice test questions spread over 15 quizzes. You will also‑be able to practice your knowledge using two 2.‑initial FAA practice exams and well as one 1. recurrent exam. Every chapter references a list of FAA documents that you can download for free online links included."

Información importante

¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?: "Successfully pass the FAA Remote Pilot Written Exam and apply for an FAA Remote Pilot Certificate
Successfully renew your FAA Remote Pilot Certificate
Be comfortable flying your UAS/Drone for Commercial purposes."

¿Esta formación es para mí?: "Someone with some experience flying UAS/drones looking to become an FAA Remote Pilot.
Someone looking to study for the FAA Remote Pilot Written Exam.
Someone already licensed and looking to renew their Remote Pilot certificate or learn/refresh their knowledge.
Someone already possessing a Part 61 Pilot license will NOT find this course challenging."

Requisitos: "You should have some experience flying a UAS and have a willingness to study hard! Basic math skills are also required."

Sedes y fechas disponibles

Ubicación

Inicio

Online

Inicio

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Materias

  • Teaching
  • Radio
  • 3d training
  • 3D
  • Pilot
  • Aviation
  • Communication Training
  • Aviation Training
  • Bridge
  • Drone

Programa académico

"Course Introduction Instructor & Course Introduction Study Material About reviews Using this course for renewal purposes How to use the Udemy Interface Loading and Performance Chapter Overview Responsibilities of the rPIC Axes of rotation Forces of Flight (Intro) Forces of Flight: Lift Principles of Lift Newton's Third Law & Bernoulli's Principle Forces of Flight: Weight Forces of Flight: Thrust Forces of Flight: Parasite Drag Forces of Flight: Induced Drag Stalls Load Factor Stability Factors affecting performance: CG Location Moving CG Location (Part 1) Moving CG Location (Part 2) Exceeding CG Limits Other factors affecting performance Typical FAA Questions Loading and Performance Test Questions Regulation Chapter Overview Code of Federal Regulation Part 107 Subpart A (Part 1) When do I need a Remote Pilot Certificate? Part 107 Subpart A (Part 2) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 1) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 2) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 3) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 4) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 5) Part 107 Subpart B (Part 6) Part 107 Subpart C Part 107 Subpart D Part 48: Registration (Part 1) Part 48: Registration (Part 2) Typical FAA Questions (Part 1) Typical FAA Questions (Part 2) Regulation Test Questions - Part 1 Regulation Test Questions - Part 2 Airport Operations Chapter Overview Types of Airports True vs Magnetic North Runway Orientation (Part 1) Runway Orientation (Part 2) Traffic Pattern Segmented Circle Traffic Pattern (3D View) Wind Direction Indicators Airport Signs Airport Signs (3D View) Airport Beacon Operations Near Airports Flying the Wire Environment Other Operational Considerations Charts Supplement (Intro) How to use the Charts Supplement (Part 1) How to use the Charts Supplement (Part 2) How to use the Charts Supplement (Part 3) How to use the Charts Supplement (Part 4) Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) ATIS Typical FAA Questions Airport Operations Test Questions Radio Communications Chapter Overview Alphabet and Numbers Traffic Location & Call Signs Un-towered Airports: Position report Un-towered Airports: CTAF & UNICOM Un-towered Airports: Examples Towered Airports Who to listen to? Typical FAA Questions Radio Communications Test Questions Airspace Chapter Overview General Information and Types of Airspace Defining a Few Terms Controlled Airspace Overview and Class A Class B: Definitions Class B: Chart Views Class B: 3D Views Class C: Definitions Class C: 3D and Chart Views Class D: Definitions Class D: 3D and Chart Views Class E: Definitions (Part 1) Class E: Definitions (Part 2) Class E: Chart View & 3D View (Part 1) Class E: Chart View & 3D View (Part 2)"

UAS/Drone Remote Pilot Test Prep for Part 107 (Init & Recur)

$ 100.001-250.000