A Summer "Fun" Course
Do you own a drone or are interested in drones?
How about flying your drone all summer and receiving both high school credit and sitting for the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 examination, which is essential to becoming a professional drone pilot?
Average course complete: 3 Months
This course prepares students to take the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 exam, which is a key step to becoming a commercial drone pilot. The field of unmanned aerial vehicles is growing rapidly, as the opportunities to use them for search and rescue, photography, recreation, inspection, and many others continue to multiply. Students will learn the critical facts to prepare for the test’s topics, which include regulations, airspace & requirements, weather, loading & performance, and operations. The course will conclude with a look at the most promising careers in the field of drones.
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Outline by Module
|Module 1||Module 2||Module 3||Module 4|
|Introduction to the Drone Remote Pilot Exam||Regulations Part 1||Regulations Part 2||Airspace & Requirements|
|Module 5||Module 6||Module 7||Module 8|
|Weather||Loading & Performance||Operations||Drone Careers|
Pointful Education Courses are structured in a consistent research-based format utilizing multiple pedagogical concepts such as Understanding by Design, Growth Mindset, and Video and Project-based learning. Through the use of these pedagogical concepts, Pointful Education maintains a consistent and engaging course structure that supports student-centered learning.