Introduction to FAA Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (WEB-TH65)
The FAA has developed regulations to allow the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS or drone) in the National Airspace System (NAS) for purposes other than hobby and recreation. The rules are specified in 14 CFR part 107 and address UAS classification, certification, and operating rules.
This course is designed to introduce applicants wishing to operate a sUAS for commercial purposes to Part 107 knowledge. In addition, we include an infrared thermography primer for those wishing to use airborne thermography as an inspection tool.
This course can be taken on a computer, tablet, or a smartphone. For the best experience, we suggest a device with a larger screen for easier readability. It will take approximately 1.25 hours to complete this material.
At the conclusion of each lesson, there will be a knowledge check followed by a lesson summary.
At the conclusion of the course, you may then print a course completion certificate. Presenting this certificate when registering for an instructor led Level I sUAS Certification Course will entitle you to a discount equal to the purchase price of this online course.
Updated: 2016-12-22 New Course
Updated: 2017-03-08: Fixed an issue where evaluation results were not reported
|1. Introduction and Course Overview||-|
|2. Small UAS Characteristics and Requirements||-|
|3. Remote Pilot in Command Responsibilities||-|
|4. Preflight Considerations||-|
|5. Operating Rules||-|
|6. Abnormal and Emergency Situations||-|
|7. IR Primer for sUAS||-|
|8. Web Course Evaluation & Certificate||-|
When you complete this course, you will be able to identify: