Flying a Drone

Pre-requisite: You must have completed the RBS Drone Tech Part 107 Drone Pilot Certification Training or already have your FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot License to register for this Hands-on Training course. Note that two hours of hands-on training are included in your FAA Part 107 Training with RBS Drone Tech.

We want to train you on how to fly a drone safely… for both you, bystanders and the drone!

Whether you’re flying for fun or to make money…it’s all fun! Anyone can learn with practice, just know the rules (for commercial work, an FAA License / Certification is required); proper maintenance is a must for safe operation.

Whether it’s becoming a recreational Drone pilot, an FAA licensed commercial sUAS pilot, drone maintenance, or if you’re simply an interested hobbyist, RBS Drone Technologies, Inc. has you covered.

Say good-bye to rough landings.

One of the most important parts of learning how to fly a drone is to make sure you know how to land it! Our experienced, licensed drone pilots will show you the tricks of the trade to keep you, your drone and nearby property safe. We’ll teach you methods to keep your drone from tipping over when you land.  We will show you how with hands-on instructions.

Learn how to properly maintain your drone.

We train all our Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) Remote Pilots to maintain their drones in a condition that is safe for operation.  Prior to flight, the remote PIC (Pilot in Command) is responsible for conducting a check of the sUAS and verifying that it is safe to operate.

As a remote PIC (Pilot In Command), you will learn how to perform checks of the Unmanned Aircraft (UA) prior to each flight to determine if the sUAS is in a condition for safe operation.  Plus, you’ll be provided top-level instructions on how to inspect and maintain a sUAS.  Our maintenance training includes ‘Best Practices’, which contains expanded information for sUAS maintenance and inspection.

We will teach you all you need to know for a preflight check.  Part of the inspection program should include an appropriate sUAS preflight inspection and should encompass the entire system to determine a safe operation prior to flight.

We’ll come to you!

If you have the right facilities and three or more people to train, we’ll come to you! For the FAA Part 107 Training you just need a classroom. For Hands-on training you need an open field the size of a baseball diamond or an indoor space like an airplane hangar or similar size.

All Hands-on Training Classes are very personal, with only two students per instructor. Classes are six hours long and are individually scheduled at a mutually convenient time between students and the instructor.

Advanced Registration is required.

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