Online Part 107 Test Prep Course

Online Part 107 Exam Prep Course

This Part 107 Review Course is a live instructor led online classroom where everyone can see and speak with each other as well as share information. It's spread over 2 evenings and we'll spend 2 hours each evening reviewing and helping you understand the FAA reference materials used to develop the knowledge test. Because there is no need for travel, meeting room rental, meals, etc., there are no minimums for class size.

In August of 2016, the FAA established guidelines for operations of small UASs. This is known as Part 107 and in order to operate a UAS for commercial purposes, you are required to obtain this Remote Pilot Certification.

As a result of this regulation, the FAA has become very restrictive when it comes to the definition of “Commercial use”. Even though you may only fly recreationally, if you post a video to YouTube or other services, there is a potential to monetize it, therefore it is considered to be commercial in nature.

The knowledge test is comprised of 60 multiple choice questions. To pass, you must have a score of at least 70%.

Our goal is to help you understand the material, not just memorize it to increase your chances of passing. And if you're not successful when you sit for the exam, you can take the course again at no charge.

What's included in this course.
  • 2 evenings of online classroom training
  • 200+ page workbook
Topics covered in this course.
  • Introduction

    • Obtaining Assistance from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

    • FAA Reference Material

  • Applicable Regulations

  • Airspace Classification, Operating Requirements, and Flight Restrictions

    • Introduction

    • Controlled Airspace

    • Uncontrolled Airspace

    • Special Use Airspace

    • Other Airspace Areas

    • Air Traffic Control and the National Airspace System

    • Visual Flight Rules (VFR) Terms & Symbols

    • Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs)

  • Aviation Weather Sources

    • Introduction

    • Surface Aviation Weather Observations

    • Aviation Weather Reports

    • Aviation Forecasts

    • Convective Significant Meteorological Information (WST)

  • Effects of Weather on Small Unmanned Aircraft Performance

    • Introduction

    • Density Altitude

    • Performance

    • Measurement of Atmosphere Pressure

    • Effect of Obstructions on Wind

    • Low-Level Wind Shear

    • Atmospheric Stability

    • Temperature/Dew Point Relationship

    • Clouds

    • Fronts

    • Mountain Flying

    • Structural Icing

    • Thunderstorm Life Cycle

    • Ceiling

    • Visibility

  • Small Unmanned Aircraft Loading

    • Introduction

    • Weight

    • Stability

    • Load Factors

    • Weight and Balance

  • Emergency Procedures

    • Introduction

    • Inflight Emergency

  • Crew Resource Management

  • Radio Communication Procedures

    • Introduction

    • Understanding Proper Radio Procedures

    • Traffic Advisory Practices at Airports without Operating Control Towers

  • Determining the Performance of Small Unmanned Aircraft

    • Introduction

    • Effect of Temperature on Density

    • Effect of Humidity (Moisture) on Density

  • Physiological Factors (Including Drugs and Alcohol) Affecting Pilot Performance

    • Introduction

    • Physiological/Medical Factors that Affect Pilot Performance

    • Vision and Flight

  • Aeronautical Decision-Making and Judgment

    • Introduction

    • History of ADM

    • Risk Management

    • Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Single-Pilot Resource Management

    • Hazard and Risk

    • Human Factors

    • The Decision-Making Process

    • Decision-Making in a Dynamic Environment

    • Situational Awareness

  • Airport Operations

    • Introduction

    • Types of Airports

    • Sources for Airport Data

    • Latitude and Longitude (Meridians and Parallels)

    • Antenna Towers

  • Maintenance and Preflight Inspection Procedures

  • Study References

  • Registration and Marking Requirements for Small Unmanned Aircraft

  • Abbreviations and Acronyms