FAA Part 107 Operations
Becoming a UAS 017 Airman Certificate
Operating a UAS for commercial, work or business reasons requires a FAA Remote Pilot Certificate. In order to receive your Remote Pilot Certificate you must take the FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Drone Knowledge Test.
This non-hobby, non-recreational prep course will prepare you to pass the FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Drone Knowledge Test.
This online course is self-paced with a minimum of 10 hours to complete. The average is 15-17 hours.
FAA Part 107 Regulations
Reading these subjects can be difficult but with King Schools the course is presented to you in HD video with animations and images to engage your learning experience. Then answer FAA-style questions that follow each segment. You can review questions by subject matter, keyword or status.
Choose when and where you learn. You can use your iPhone/iPad with Safari or on your Android with Google Chrome. Download your lesson and conveniently continue learning while offline. You can download the King Schools Companion in the app store.
Proven training methods with expert instructors at King Schools have helped 1 out of 2 pilots flying today. 99.8% of King School participants pass their FAA exams.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and King Schools have collaborated to build this course.
If you are interested in taking the Drone Pilot Certificate Test Prep Course please call us for more information.
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