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Drone Pilot Pathway

Wings Over the Rockies can help you on your path to becoming a certified drone pilot.
Drone pilot flying a drone

Learn the information and skills you need to become certified as a CFR Part 107 Unmanned Small Aircraft Systems pilot in this four-part class. Stay tuned to learn more about our next Drone Certification Class!

For more information contact us at 303-360-5360 ext 129 or Info@WingsMuseum.org.

 

First

Introduction to Drones (Ages 15 to adult)

All students will have the opportunity to learn basic terms and nomenclature, basic construction and programming.

Includes:

  • Learning to fly Wings’ carbon fiber racing drones
  • Instruction on earning the FAA Trust Certificate
  • Attainment of Academy of Model Aeronautics certification for insurance for recreational UAS pilots.
  • Safe battery charging procedures
  • Transmitter programming and alignment with drone
  • Learn to play Drone Soccer
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Drone students working in a classroom

Next

Drone Flight Training

After completion of the Introductory Drone Class, students will be immersed in Visual Line of Sight Drone (VLOS) Flight Training.

Includes:

  • Drone flight will be taught using visual cues and challenged to specific routes on a given course.
  • Multiple situations will be presented in real-life situations in order for students to be able to fly in the absence of a GPS signal.
  • Students will train to manage emergency situations.

Then

Part 107 Exam Preparation

Once Step 1 and 2 have been accomplished, students are ready for preparation to pass the 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft System exam.

Includes:

  • Instruction on the multiple topics needed to pass the FAA test, including:
    • Rules and Regulations
    • Airspace
    • Weather
    • Load and performance
    • Crew Resource Management
    • Airport Field Operations
    • Radio Communications
    • Emergency Procedures
    • Preflight and Maintenance
    • Waiver Requests
    • Final Exam
Man flying a drone
Drone flying in the sun

Finally

Making a living as a Drone Pilot

Learn to use drones for photogrammetry (mapping), cinematography, real estate, power line inspection, agriculture, law enforcement, search and rescue, firefighting, and military applications.

Includes:

  • Camera usage
  • Photogrammetry software
  • 3D mapping
  • Advanced LOS flying
  • Having fun with your new career

What’s Included in the Program:

  • Drone Flight Instruction
  • Use of Wings’ drones

Not Included:

  • UAS Part 107 FAA Exam (approx $170)

Questions? Contact Info@WingsMuseum.org.