UpcomingsUAS FAA 107 Ground School 09/28/20

Event Phone: (866) 782-4969 Ext.3

Details Price Qty
200928-FGS-POST-05a - Public Sectorshow details + $340.00 (USD)   Expired
200928-FGS-POST-05a - Private Sectorshow details + $680.00 (USD)   Expired

  • Ground School 200928-FGS-POST-05a
    September 28, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Aeronautical Knowledge Test for the Remote Pilot Airman Certificate is required to fly an unmanned aerial vehicle commercially (including public service).  This is particularly required for any mutual aid use of UAVs. This online course contains all of the material tested for the 107 pilot’s license.  The course is self-paced but follows a progression of information with due dates to aid in completing the material in a timely manner.  Online instructors engage students to answer questions and help with test preparation.  Common test questions and themes have been identified by former students and will be shared to increase focused study and student success rates.

CancelledsUAS Managers Course 09/28/20

Event Phone: (888) 782-4969 Ext. 3


  • sUAS Managers Course 200928-UMC-RTC-004
    September 28, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This life-saving technology provides readily apparent opportunities that are exploitable; however, operating in the volatile and changing realm of the National Air Space (NAS) as it pertains to drones can be challenging. Executives and decision-makers need to evaluate the implementation of UAS programs from a 360° perspective that analyzes priorities and constraints and considers all current and potential future stakeholders.

UpcomingsUAS Managers Course 11/30/20

Event Phone: (888) 782-4969 Ext. 3

Details Price Qty
201130-UMC-RTC-005 - Public Sectorshow details + $135.00 (USD)  
201130-UMC-RTC-005 - Private Sectorshow details + $270.00 (USD)  

  • sUAS Managers Course 201130-UMC-RTC-005
    November 30, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This life-saving technology provides readily apparent opportunities that are exploitable; however, operating in the volatile and changing realm of the National Air Space (NAS) as it pertains to drones can be challenging. Executives and decision-makers need to evaluate the implementation of UAS programs from a 360° perspective that analyzes priorities and constraints and considers all current and potential future stakeholders.