UAS REMOTE PILOT CERTIFICATION (Part 107) – PREP

This is a 14-Unit comprehensive curriculum package that can be taught in a classroom setting. Our curriculum prepares students to pass the FAA’s “Part 107” airman knowledge test. You do not need to be a Certified Remote Pilot to teach the content that is covered in the FAA’s objective exam.

If you use the included Supplements E and F regarding flying challenges, a set of classroom drones are required. The suggested ratio is 1 drone per 3-4 students.

Unit 1: Pathway to Certification

Unit 2: Drone Theory and Aeronautical Basics

Unit 3: Regulations and Operating Rules

Unit 4: Airspace Classifications &Operating Procedures

Unit 5: Aviation Weather, Effects & Sources

Unit 6: sUAS Loading & Performance

Unit 7: Emergency Flight Procedures

Unit 8: Crew Resource Management (CRM)

Unit 9: Radio Communications

Unit 10: Airport Operations

Unit 11: Maintenance & Inspection Procedures

Unit 12: FAA Knowledge Online Practice Test

Unit 13: Part 107 Updates Overview (March 2021)

Unit 14: Knowledge Test – Supplemental Questions

Supplement A: Exam Resources

Supplement B: Choosing the Right Drone

Supplement C: LiPo Battery Care

Supplement D: Common Sense Flying

Supplement E: Flight Skills (Beginning)

Supplement F: Flight Skills (Advanced)

Our “Remote Pilot” training curriculum covers all of the specific textbook information needed to successfully pass the FAA’s general knowledge test (such as weather, reading latitude and longitude coordinates, airspace, etc.). The Part 107 exam is an objective multiple-choice test and does not require a demonstration of flight competency. However, we’ve included two Supplements with this curriculum that focus on flying skill challenges.

The toy drones recommended for this curriculum are intended to be flown indoors only. Because of this, the flight activities are not under FAA oversight.

Each UNIT includes:

• Dedicated Handouts

• PowerPoint™ Presentations

• Vocabulary Definitions w/Quizzes

• Student Activities

• Unit Quiz (20 questions)

• Teacher Lesson Plan

Although nearly any drone will work, this curriculum gives you the option of incorporating our “Ready-to-Fly” Indoor Toy Drones so your students can immediately have FUN while applying their knowledge!

Each drone is easy to fly and ready right out of the box. Just attach the props, prop guards, and landing struts. The transmitter requires 4 AAA batteries (not included). These drones are not programmable. ($99 ea.)

Also, as an option, you may want to consider upgrading to the Tello drone.

These are great camera drones, with models capable of advanced flight maneuvers and programming. The Tello drone is specifically needed for our DRONE PROGRAMMING curriculum if that is in your future. We offer various packages for the Tello.

Teacher Requirements:

• Desktop or Laptop (Windows or Mac).

• Adobe Reader

• Microsoft PowerPoint.

• Microsoft Office or OpenOffice.

• Screen Projector.


Student Requirements:

• Course Prerequisites: None.

• Desktop or Laptop (Windows or Mac).

• Adobe Reader

• Microsoft PowerPoint.

• Microsoft Office or OpenOffice.


• Delivery Format: Digital download.

• Curriculum ONLY: $1299 per school.

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NOTE: Because each curriculum has been written as a “stand-alone” package, you will find some common content among them. The areas of safety, drone concepts/terminology, and flight basics are deemed important for students to learn no matter the curriculum’s overall focus.