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Drone Pro-Pilot Flight School – FAA Part 107 Drone Commercial Pilot Test Prep

$495.00

This 18-hour class is for students with some small unmanned aircraft system flight experience and will include 12 hours of test-prep classroom training (Ground School) and 6 hours of instructor-led flying practice (Flight School). The $495 fee includes workbooks. Students will fly DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Aircraft during practice sessions.

In This Class Students Will Learn:
  • • Key Information for Exam
  • • Resources for Exam Information
  • • Proper Flight Techniques
  • • Manual & Programmed Auto Flight
  • • Requirements for Commercial Flight

Two Options in Fall 2017

This class will be offered in its entirety twice this fall. Classes meet on Monday & Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:30PM and on Saturdays 9:00AM to Noon or 12:30 to 3:30PM.

  • • September 18, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30
  • • October 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28

Classes will be held at the State College main campus:
South Hills School of Business & Technology
480 Waupelani Drive
State College, PA 16801

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Description

Curriculum Details

The Ground School classroom portion will cover all of the materials that need to be understood in order to pass the certification test. Students must understand that if they wish to pass the test, study and reading outside of class will be required.

The Flight School portion will be a “hands-on” flying experience with the instructor present and will cover the proper and safe controlled flying using both manual and automatic features. There is an expectation that the student will have some previous flying experience.

About the Instructor

Chuck Ferrell is an FAA Certified Drone Pilot & Media Entrepreneur. During a 25-year career in local television news, Chuck earned the reputation for being a high-energy, innovative news executive with a track record of consistently producing high quality stories and newscasts. Whether Chuck is flying a news assignment, a luxury home, or video for a TV commercial, he’s always looking for new angles and views by hand-flying and not relying on the orbit or zip line shots common to automated flight software. But if the mission is mapping an orchard, or a thermal image inspection, Chuck’s attention to detail makes the difference. Chuck is also an experienced teacher and masterful communicator. You will enjoy learning with Chuck leading the way!