Drone Flight Training and Live FAA 107 Seminar
2 Day Live Seminar
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You must bring your own DJI drone to participate in the basic drone flight training session.
Free access to our online FAA 107 course
Each student attending the seminar will be granted access to our online FAA 107 course at no additional cost, a $250 value!
Paul Dragos, Dean of the School of Flight Training at Unmanned Vehicle University has a Private Pilot’s License with a commercial rating and is active in the Unmanned Aerial Drone industry.
Throughout his distinguished career, Paul has amassed over 2,500 flight hours in a variety of military aircraft, including Jets and helicopters. In the process of doing so, he has earned several decorations, including the Navy Achievement Medal, the Armed-Forces Expeditionary Medal, the National Defense Medal, and several Service Ribbons.
Live FAA 107 Knowledge Exam Prep Course & Basic Drone Flight Training
Here’s what our students are saying about our FAA 107 Prep Course
I wanted to let you know that I thought the session I had with Fred Bivetto yesterday was excellent! I felt as though Fred was extremely prepared and organized. The material presented was thorough and touched on all of the areas needed to pass the sUAS Exam. In addition Fred provided me with a fantastic library of materials, suggestions, and ideas to use when starting my business.
Fred has a wealth of knowledge and understanding in this industry that is invaluable! I look forward to starting and growing an exceptional business in the UA Systems industry under Fred’s tutelage.
I am about midway through the Remote Pilot course and wanted to compliment you on the quality of the information. I am taking this course to enable me to operate a drone for my TV station KTVI St. Louis. We have 1 person with a pilots license who has only read the FAA study guide then completed the FAA test. I accompany him as a VO for now. But this other person has not taken a course like yours and I believe he is missing out on the Culture of Drone operation.
For example we currently don’t have a flight log book in use. Your instruction to keep a log with flight times, battery cycles and maintenance records etc. is a necessity. At this time , he also does not check any of the official weather sites or NOTAM (and other ) alerts before a flight. Again, this is something your course has taught as a necessity.
Thanks for your help, Looking forward to rest of course!