FAA §107 Remote Pilot Ground School

InstructorTim Trott
Certificate70% of quiz marks
(4 ratings)
Price$49.00
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You want fly your drone commercially. Now you can, by passing the FAA’s Remote Pilot Certification test. And the Drone Professor’s video lessons can help you get there. Over 600 students have signed up for this course.

You can pay more, but the Drone Professor’s students are passing the FAA exam: 12 video lessons plus a bonus chapter on the licensing process, running about two hours in all, with the essential information you will need to pass the test. You can play the course as many times as you like. You can also return to review the material, along with any new things the FAA decides to add, when it’s time to renew your license; just use your same login. Feel free to pause or repeat any sections that are not clear.

Public employees seeking to earn training credit may submit the syllabus to their training officer for approval. The instructor is certified by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

This compact but easy-to-follow course is complimented by download resource materials for your additional review and study. FAA has said that preparation for the Part §107 exam should take 20 hours of study. Using this video course and reviewing the study and reference materials this video course can provide the basic framework and resources you need to complete that preparation in half that time, and pass the test. Over 450 students have enrolled in this course so far. Together, we’re building knowledge, which is the foundation of safety.

You should not expect to watch this video course and immediately pass the FAA exam any more than you can watch a James Bond movie and expect to go to work for the CIA. The FAA exam is designed to test understanding, not memorization. The FAA has stated that it should take up to 20 hours of study to gain the knowledge necessary to pass the Remote Pilot Certification (UAG) exam and safely operate a UAV. This video course comprises the first two hours of that study. By focusing your attention on the most important parts this course could help you reduce that time to 10 hours. You can’t ride a bike by reading a book and you can’t learn how to read aeronautical charts or METARS without just doing it more than once. Understanding requires study. We’re here to get you started in the right direction with just the right amount of guidance. The student should download the indicated resources here or through FAA.GOV or purchase hard-copy versions online or at a local flight training center or book store.

The bottom line is that, with over 600 trained, our students report passing the exam with an average grade better than 88%.

The 14CFR §107 includes a requirement for initial and periodic recurrent (24 month) testing for Remote Pilot Certification (RPC). While this course is in no way represented as an “official” FAA training course, the materials presented include twelve areas listed in §107.73, with a sample test to measure the student’s understanding of the materials presented. This course material is based on the most recent test standards published by the FAA in FAA-S-ACS-10 – (August 2016) and includes the listed resources for extended study. The FAA’s sample test is also provided.

Every effort has been made to provide correct information, and the course material is continually revised and updated in an effort to stay current with changes and adjustments from the FAA. References and sources are cited within the training material.

This course is designed for first time pilots or those converting from a Section 333 Exemption to operation under 14CFR§107.

Pay particular attention to the Remote Pilot Knowledge Test Guide in the Downloadable Materials. Yes, you will need to study the resource material and practice skills like reading charts and METARS on your own (“learn by doing”) to gain those necessary skills.

 


  • “…let me compliment you for your excellent course for sharing so much practical information for someone “in the know!”  As you mentioned, some of your questions go beyond the typical canned questions used by many other test prep exercises and really demonstrate your thorough yet practical factors to best learn the material.”
    (Michael)
    “I used this course and read the supporting documentation and passed the test. I studied for about 4 days and watched each video at least twice, some more. Great course!! (Steve Hairston)
  • Just wanted to say thank you for this course! I listened to teachings multiple times to really help with studying and learning material… anyway, thanks for this course!  This course was a fantastic help!” (Brian)
“No way do you need in-person instruction to pass this test.  Your … course is 90% of the way there, which is pretty incredible since you had to develop it before the FAA even developed the test.”
(Pete)

“Tim Trott does a wonderful job of explaining this course and how you should use it.”
(Will G.)
“Great course to help prepare you for the FAA test! I passed my test on the first try thanks to this course and other material. Thank you again! ” (Steve)
 “Great News! I took the test and got a 92. I have been telling all to use your course. It is under priced and worth 5 times the cost. Best deal on the market. Coupled with your e-book it is a shoe-in for a pass. Thanks!!!” (Gary)
“I passed the part 107 test on August 30 with a score of 88. Thanks again for a great course!” (Patrick)
“…just watched your course twice and scored an 88% on the test. I’ve taken many aviation related courses and seminars, your was presented professionally and had a good cadence.” (Grant)
“Comparable courses I’ve seen are running in the $200-$400 range, making your course a tremendous bargain.” (Pat)
“I passed the FAA remote airman’s certification on the first try. Honestly I felt like I was over prepared. …Thanks so much for making [this course] available.” (Gary)
“I feel very confident that this course will set the appropriate foundation for my Part 107 testing” (Richard)
“I just finished your ground school course for small uav’s. I thought the course well done. All good stuff. Thanks for your dedication to the industry!!” (Tim)
“Your course is 90% of the way there, which is pretty incredible since you had to develop it before the FAA even developed the test. Thanks again.” (Peter)
“Thanks Tim!!! With this course and your e-book on Amazon, passed the test this afternoon.” (John)
“Thank you for providing this training. The sheer bulk of information is staggering.” (Tom)
“I passed on the first try.  From the 3DR online practice test I was lured into thinking I would have the sectional charts highlighted and magnified; NOT SO! Bring a magnifying glass.” (Richard)

 


 

This course is designed for first time pilots, hobby flyers wishing to “go commercial”, or those who may be operating under Section 333 Exemption wishing to move to Part §107. For the future commercial remote pilot, this training course represents a very good value for the small investment, or as one of our students put it “a tremendous bargain”.

Part §107 spells out the requirements and standards for initial and periodic recurrent (24 month) testing for Remote Pilot Certification (RPC). While this course is in no way represented as an “official” FAA training course, the materials presented include all twelve areas listed in §107.73, with a sample test to measure the student’s understanding of the materials presented. Special attention is given to areas known to appear on the FAA exam, like charts and weather. This course material is based on the most recent test standards published by the FAA in FAA-S-ACS-10 – and includes the listed resources for extended study. The FAA’s sample test is also provided. Every effort has been made to provide correct information, and the course material is continually revised and updated in an effort to stay current with changes and adjustments from the FAA. References and sources are cited within the training material..

Begin with the introduction video:

Section 1FAA Regulations Relating to UAS Operation
Lecture 1FAA Regulations Relating to UAS Operation
Section 2Airspace Classifications
Lecture 1Airspace Classifications
Section 3Official Sources of Weather
Lecture 1Official Sources of Weather
Section 4Small UAS Loading and Performance
Lecture 1Small UAS Loading and Performance
Section 5Emegency Procedures and Reporting
Lecture 1Emegency Procedures and Reporting
Section 6Crew Resource Management
Lecture 1Crew Resource Management
Section 7Radio Communications Procedures
Lecture 1Radio Communications Procedures
Section 8Determining UAS Performance
Lecture 1Determining UAS Performance
Section 9Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
Lecture 1Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
Section 10Aeronautical Decison Making
Lecture 1Aeronautical Decison Making
Section 11Airport Operations and Charts
Lecture 1Airport Operations and Charts
Section 12Maintenance and Preflight Inspections
Lecture 1Maintenance and Preflight Inspections
Section 13Completing the Certification Process
Lecture 1Questions Students Got Wrong
Lecture 2Completing the Process
Section Quiz
Section 14PLT Code Reference
Lecture 1PLT Code References
Final Quiz
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