Drone License Made Easy.
What you'll learn
- Successfully pass the FAA Remote Pilot Written Exam and apply for an FAA Remote Pilot Certificate
- Successfully renew your FAA Remote Pilot Certificate
- Be comfortable flying your UAS/Drone for Commercial purposes.
- You should have some experience flying a UAS and have a willingness to study hard!
- Basic math skills are also required.
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Don't settle for just learning the bare minimum when you can learn what will make you proficient and safe.
Between Udemy and Pilot Institute, I have trained over 10,000 students on how to pass the exam with an average score of 90.4% and a success rate of 99.5%. This method just works. Many of our customers wasted money with cheaper (and sometimes more expensive!) alternatives before finding our course.
This course is a comprehensive class that encompasses everything needed to know to become a proficient Remote Pilot and to pass the FAA written (initial or recurrent) exam. It is NOT an overview course that teaches you how to memorize answers. I do not believe in "just passing the test". I want you to become an educated drone pilot who can plan and complete safe missions.
I am a Flight Instructor, Remote Pilot, and Airplane Commercial Pilot who has been teaching aviation for over 15 years. I understand both the manned and unmanned side of aviation and I want to help bridge the gap between the two. I love teaching, I love sharing my knowledge and helping students. I have taught over 10,000 students to date with this course on various platforms. I constantly update the videos with the most recent content. I included over 13 hours of lectures, split between 200+ easy-to-follow videos organized in 10 chapters.
By the end of this course, here are a few of the things you will be able to:
- identify all types of airspace on an aeronautical chart,
- understand which airspace requires FAA approval and know how to receive such approval,
- read aeronautical charts to identify potential hazards,
- understand the Part 107 regulation in order to fly legally,
- read and understand weather reports such as METARs and TAFs,
- identify traffic patterns at airports to safely plan missions near runways,
- forecast potentially dangerous weather phenomenon and ensure safe completion of a mission,
- understand radio communication procedures in order to maintain situational awareness,
- determine the factors that will affect your drone's performance,
- successfully pass the initial or recurrent FAA written exam by using knowledge and not rote memory.
See what other students are saying about this course:
★★★★★ Great course!! Right to the point and full of good info. I passed my 107 test 1st time!!! Thank you Greg!
★★★★★ Excellent course! I used it as a review for my FAA UAS Recurrent test and to be able to review weather and other topics when I want to. I took my recurrent test 1 day after I finished this course and I got 100% on the test. So glad that I found this course.
★★★★★ I will be 60 in a couple of weeks. I haven't taken a "real" exam in many years. Greg's course was an enormous help to me. His organization of information was perfect. And to be clear, he states in the course that he wants to provide not just the knowledge you need for the exam, but for "real world" experience. But, let me say, not a word of his is wasted.
★★★★★ Instructor is knowledgeable, experienced and passionate. I feel he really cares and wants to see us succeed.
★★★★★ The course is great, unbelievable amount of information and detail. I took the exam a few days after completion and passed with 87%. I highly recommend Greg as an instructor.
★★★★★ I am a retired FAA Instructor /Examiner Air Traffic Controller of 22 years and 8 years USAF, F-16 INS/RNAV Specialist. I taught radar/non-radar and VFR tower operations, designed airspace and approaches. His presentation is professional and complete. You can't flower this stuff up. It's sometimes long and painful. No, it's not for the average person looking to just pass/memorize the exam. You will know this information like a professional pilot. I have never seen so much detailed information relating to current FAA directives and circulars, in any other test preps. This is the course for the serious UAS pilot. I am honored that my UAS Remote Pilot Test Prep for my Part 107 Exam prep was earned from Greg Reverdiau and look forward to other of his FAA related courses.
Who this course is for:
- Someone with some experience flying UAS/drones looking to become an FAA Remote Pilot.
- Someone looking to study for the FAA Remote Pilot Written Exam.
- Someone already licensed and looking to renew their Remote Pilot certificate or learn/refresh their knowledge.
- Someone already possessing a Part 61 Pilot license will NOT find this course challenging.