sUAS Part 107 Exam Preparation Course
- Content is self paced and spread over 13 modules.
- Includes 6 professionally illustrated and animated videos covering key the major topics.
- 13 quizzes at the end of each module, using actual test questions used in the P107 exam.
- Built by aviation professionals.
You may only legally operate a drone commercially in the United States with certification from the FAA. This is covered under Part 107 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
The Part 107 certification exam covers a challenging range of topics, many of which come from the manned aviation “airman” certification test.
The information required to pass the exam is spread across a variety of FAA resources.
In the 13 modules of this course all of the required information for the exam is organized by logical topics.
Completing this course successfully will prepare you to pass the Part 107 exam the first time.
Watch our Introductory Video here:
– Course Welcome
– Overview of Part 107 regulations
– What to expect in this course
– Operator responsibilities
– General limitations
– Hazardous Operations
– Waiver policy and requirements
– Aeronautical Decision-Making
– Hazard Identification
– Alcohol and Drugs
– Other Physiological Considerations
– Introduction to Airspace Classification
– “The Six Classes of Airspace”
– Class A controlled airspace
– Class B controlled airspace
– Class C controlled airspace
– Class D controlled airspace
– Class E controlled airspace
– Class G uncontrolled airspace
– Complex Airspace
– Special-use Airspace Intro
– Special-use Airspace
– Other Special-use Airspace
– Other Airspace Considerations
– Planning for the Unexpected: Overview of hazards and emergency responses.
– Potential flight hazards
– The NOTAM system
– Control Link or GPS Signal Loss Issues
– Emergency Planning and Reporting Requirements
– Types of airports
– Airport Operations
– Manned Aircraft Radio Communications
– Understanding Position Reporting
– Types of Radio Protocols
– Overview of Main Weather Issues
– Atmospheric Conditions
– Atmospheric Stability
– Air Masses and Fronts
– Operational Considerations
– Basic Weather Minimums
– Introduction to Sources for Aviation Weather Observations
– Weather Observation Sources Overview
– Automated Reports: ATIS and AWOS
– Weather Briefings
– Introduction to Sources for Aviation Weather Forecasts
– Weather Forecasts Sources Overview
– Terminal aerodrome forecast (TAF),
– In-flight weather advisories (SIGMET, AIRMET),
– Aviation Area Forecast (FA)
– Weather Charts for Current and Forecast Conditions
– The GFA Tool
– Weather Briefings
– Drone Legal Requirements
– Maintenance and Inspection Procedures
– Characteristics and potential hazards of lithium batteries
– Loading and Performance
– Steps to Obtain Your Remote Pilot Certificate
– Staying Current