Part 107 Drone Test Prep Courses

Nebraska Extension Offers Part 107 Drone Test Prep Courses February 7th Through March 6th, 2024

If you are interested in flying drones for money, you will need a Part 107 Remote Pilot License. The goal of this course is to prepare you to pass the Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Exam required to acquire a drone license.
The FAA considers drones aircraft, therefore, operation of drones in the national airspace follow similar requirements as manned aircraft.
This comprehensive course covers aviation topics necessary to pass the Part 107 knowledge exam including regulations, airspace, radio communication, weather, aircraft performance, and other basic aviation concepts.
The exam consists of 60 multiple-choice questions and requires a minimum score of 70% to pass. This course provides instruction for the Part 107 Knowledge Exam only. The exam needs to be completed at an FAA designated testing location and scheduled at your convenience through the FAA. Dirk Charlson, your instructor, has been flying drones and conducting drone education since 2016.

The course will be offered across Nebraska at these dates and locations:

Wednesday, February 7th
Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension, and Educator Center @ Mead

Thursday, February 8th
Haskell Lab @ Concord

Wednesday, February 21st
West Central Research, Extension, and Educator Center @ North Platte

Wednesday, February 28th
Adams County Office @ Hastings

Wednesday, March 6th
Panhandle Research, Extension, and Educator Center @ Scottsbluff

Registration is available for each location (access registration online or use QR Code above). Pre-registration is required with a $250 registration fee. Study materials and lunch will be provided. An educational discount is available to students and educators. Please contact Dirk Charlson for more information on this course at Email: dirk.charlson@unl.edu or Cell: 402-460-0742.