FAA Part 107 Drone Test Prep Course

Drone Prep Course Flier ThumbnailGetting your drone pilot’s license is easy:

  1. Take the class
  2. Pass the test
  3. Get your license

This workshop is for drone pilots who want to become FAA certified for commercial operations. The main focus is for preparation for the FAA exam to obtain a remote pilot license. This workshop is appropriate for beginners and experienced pilots. FAA rules allow anyone who passes the FAA exam to fly drones commercially. FAA certification is required for all drone operations listed below, except those for recreation.

  • Aerial photography
  • Land surveys and mapping
  • Agricultural surveillance
  • Public safety, security and law enforcement
  • Construction site surveys
  • Industrial equipment inspections
  • Mining operations

Space is limited. Register Today!
When: Nov. 1, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Cost: SCSC Members: $299, Non-Members: $399
Register: www.mnscsc.org/events-registration
Registration Deadline: Oct. 31
Contact: Joel Roggenkamp, 507-389-2819 or jroggenkamp@mnscsc.org

Course includes:
All course materials: slides, worksheets and reference materials plus a Remote Pilot Resource Pack (aeronautical charts, airport/facilities directory, handbook, FAA regulations, airman’s manual) and step-by-step instructions for getting an FAA license. *No actual drone flying is included.

Joel Roggenkamp, founder and CEO of Twin Cities Drone School. M.Ed., in business and industry education; FAA certification: private pilot license, airplane single engine land, with instrument rating, remote pilot certificate with sUAS rating. 

Visit Roggenkamp’s website for more information