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Commercial Drone Pilot - Part 107 Made Easy

SUNY Broome
Online - On Demand Course
2 Hours per Week
7 Estimated Weeks

Description

This course helps you pass your FAA Part 107 exam to become a Certified Commercial Drone Pilot. Getting this certificate will allow you to earn money from drone operations. This online class includes 13 hours of videos, an 11-page cheat sheet, unlimited practice questions, and a guarantee that you will pass your test.

 

Greg Reverdiau has been an aviation professional since the early 2000s. Greg currently holds the following FAA certificates: Certified Flight Instructor, Commercial Pilot (for single and multi-engine), and UAS Remote Pilot. Greg has worked for two of the biggest aeronautical universities in the country (managing flight training programs of up to 500 students and 50 aircraft) and in teaching roles as an adjunct professor. Greg now concentrates on educating the next generation of manned and unmanned pilots by creating online courses. Greg holds a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Science and a Masters Degree in Aviation Human Factors, both from the Florida Institute of Technology.

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Must be at least 18 years of age.

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SUNY Broome Community College is a dynamic presence at the heart in the Southern Tier Upstate New York region.   It is a preeminent college recognized both nationally and globally as a part of the State University of New York (SUNY).  IBM was founded nearby, and the flight simulator was invented in Binghamton, NY.   Other notable businesses founded in the area include Dick's Sporting Goods, Eureka! Camping, and Johnson Outdoors.

Today, while there is a continued concentration of high-tech firms, Binghamton is emerging as a healthcare- and education-focused city with a strong advanced manufacturing sector.  Companies in the area like Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, and Cummins.

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