Aerial Photography - Roofing Checks - Real Estate Video – Weddings - GoPro Stunts
Just think of all the money you could make if you flew commercially…. and without spending the big bucks getting a “real” commercial pilot license. The FAA now allows you to apply for your commercial drone/UAS (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) license, called a Remote Pilot Certificate, by passing a multiple-choice test and paying a small fee. No experience needed.
If you’re flying your drone for fun in your back yard, you do not need a license. If you wish to make money taking pictures, then you must have an FAA 14 CFR part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate.
This 8 hour Community Education course will help you prepare to take the Remote Pilot/FAA Test to receive certification. This course is classroom instruction only. There will not be any drone flying.
You must be at least 16 years old and have a valid government-issued picture ID. The test center fee is $150 (FAA regulated and is not included in the price of the class). You will need to pass a TSA background check before receiving your license.