Part 107 Drone Pilot Certification Training
This course is a prerequisite for flying a drone commercially and earning money.
RBS Drone Tech courses teach everything you will need to know to prepare for the test for a Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rating of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 107, section 107.73(a).
In other words, we train you to pass the test to get your FAA drone pilot’s license to commercially operate a SUAS—a small unmanned aircraft system—or drone.
Expect to set aside approximately 4 weeks of time and invest $500 (money well-spent); in return, you can charge high-market rates for your commercial drone services.
Full Day 8 Hour Class, plus 2 hours of hands-on training.
The Part 107 Drone Pilot Certification Training is a one day, 8 hour class that is available at convenient locations around Chicagoland.
Upcoming FAA Part 107 In-person Training Dates
In light of social distancing with COVID-19, we are now accommodating two people per training, in a 20-person classroom. That gives us plenty of space for safe spacing while learning this important content. Training is offered year-round. Give us a call at 88.316.8889 to check on training to fit your availability.
The two-hour outdoor hands-on training that is included in your registration is scheduled between the student and the instructor at a mutually convenient time.
Where do we train?
The short answer is, we are flexible. If you have an appropriate space (classroom for test prep training, open area or hangar for hands-on training) in the Chicagoland/Northwest Indiana area, we well come to you.
Our classroom training takes place in a classroom at B. Coleman Aviation at the Gary/Chicago International Airport. Hands-on training takes place at Midlothian Meadows in Midlothian, IL.
Advance registration is required for all classes.
Once you register, your instructor will contact you prior to the class start date to confirm. All classes are currently limited to two to three people to allow for social distancing for COVIC-19.
Cost for Part 107 Drone Pilot Certification Training is $500.
Save $100 when you register and pay for the Part 107 training and hands-on training at the same time. That’s 16 hours of training for only $975!