DRONE PILOT TRAINING

DRONE PILOT TRAINING - LEARN TO FLY!

Professional Classes. Industry Standards.

All our courses are taught by manned-aircraft flight instructors, full-time remote drone pilots and professional instructors with hundreds of hours of flight time experience. 

The legal aspects of drone aviation are taught by top aviation attorneys with pedigree standings from aeronautical universities. All of our classes include hands-on training in the field. We update our curriculum regularly according to changes in the industry and the latest drone technology, so the material is never dated or stale. 

Learn to Fly Any Drone

Our pilots have experience flying every kind of drone on the market. In our drone training classes, you can learn to fly DJI, Yuneec, Autel, Firefly, Freefly, and even racing drones.


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Class 1
 

How to Fly: Practical Flight Training - Teach Me Obi One

Class time: 3 hours

This is the perfect drone class for someone who has just received their first drone. Learn the A to Z of flying drones including how to unpack the box, charging the drone, setting it up and starting to fly. Plus, we’ll teach you what to do with the images and videos after you’ve captured them on camera. 

In just a few short hours, you’ll learn the rules and regulations of where you are permitted to fly a drone, how to navigate and how to maintain your new aircraft. You’ll be ready to have fun on your own (without fear of crashing) by the time this course is over.

 

Class 2
 

Becoming a Pilot: From Testing to Passing to Flying (All You Need to Know) - The Luke Sky Walker

Class time: 3 days (8 hours/day)

This 3-day drone training course will teach you everything you need to be a knowledgeable, safe and certified UAS pilot. The drone pilot class includes 1 day in the classroom and 2 days of flying in the field. We will cover all the technical aspects of flying a drone. Plus, you’ll learn how to get the best photos and videos from your camera.

 

Become a Certified Drone Pilot

This course will prepare you to take the FAA 107 test and become an officially certified drone pilot. We will review 250 practice test questions in 15 different quizzes. You will also be able to practice your knowledge on FAA practice exams.

By the end of the course, 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 phenomena and ensure safe completion of a mission

• Understand radio communication procedures in order to maintain situational awareness

• Determine factors that affect your drone's performance

• Successfully pass the initial or recurrent FAA written exam using knowledge, rather than rote memory

 

The course covers all the subject areas highlighted by the FAA under 14 CFR Part 107.73:

 

(1) Applicable regulations

(2) Airspace

(3) Aviation weather sources and effects of weather on small unmanned aircraft performance

(4) Small unmanned aircraft loading

(5) Emergency procedures

(6) Crew resource management

(7) Radio communication procedures

(8) Determining the performance of small unmanned aircraft

(9) Physiological effects of drugs and alcohol

(10) Aeronautical decision-making and judgment

(11) Airport operations

(12) Maintenance and preflight inspection procedures

 

Note: Depending on the specific drone class package you choose, some of these topics might not be covered. We can tailor the class to your specific needs so please let us know what you want to learn.

 

Class 3
 

The Complete Drone Department in a Box - The Force Is Now with You

Class time: 5 days (8 hours/day)

Want to teach your entire department how to use drones and get ‘em airborne? This class covers it all! The Complete Drone Department in a Box is designed to teach a group of employees all about drone equipment, how to care for it, and - most importantly - how to fly drones! Students will also learn what to do with the photographs and video in post-production.

 

Build a Drone Department at Your Company

This comprehensive class is designed to increase the capability of your entire organization or company. We’ll provide your staff members with the foundation needed to build an internal drone department. The course reviews topics ranging from what to keep in your spare part box to how to get class Bravo day and night waivers. 

 

Learn from drone pilots with 8000 missions under their belts. 

Our pro drone pilots will teach you absolutely everything you need to know about drone equipment, safety, training, capturing, processing, editing and delivery of all the data/media captured for your company and the why.

 

Shoot Footage that Tells a Story

The Complete Drone Training and Equipment class includes 1 day in the classroom and several days in the field where you’ll get practical experience flying drones in a variety of settings. Students learn about 3D models, accident reconstruction, aerial data collection, orthomosaics, quantity calcs, take-off topos, thermal, search and rescue and cinematography. Best of all, we will teach attendees how to shoot footage on a job site and turn it into a story.

 

Prepare for the FAA 107 Drone Certification Test

This course will prepare your staff members for the FAA 107 test so they can become officially certified drone pilots. Attendees will take up to 15 practice quizzes and review hundreds of practice test question.

By the end of the course, 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 affect your drone's performance

• Successfully pass the initial or recurrent FAA written exam using knowledge, rather than rote memory

 

The course covers all the subject areas highlighted by the FAA under 14 CFR Part 107.73:

 

(1) Applicable regulations

(2) Airspace

(3) Aviation weather sources and effects of weather on small unmanned aircraft performance

(4) Small unmanned aircraft loading

(5) Emergency procedures

(6) Crew resource management

(7) Radio communication procedures

(8) Determining the performance of small unmanned aircraft

(9) Physiological effects of drugs and alcohol

(10) Aeronautical decision-making and judgment

(11) Airport operations

(12) Maintenance and preflight inspection procedures

 

Note: Depending on the specific package you choose, some of these topics may not be covered. We can tailor the class to your company’s specific needs so please let us know what you want us to cover.

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All operations by Extreme Aerial Productions LLC comply with all Federal and State laws including, but not limited to, Section 333 of Public Law 112-95 in reference to 49 USC 44704, 14 CFR Parts 1, 45, 47, 61, 91,NTSB Part 830, and ARS 13-1504, 1602, and 1424.And now Part 107 14 CFR Parts 21, 43, 61, 91, 101, 107, 119, 133, and 183.