An unmanned aircraft Small UAS Part 107 test prep training will begin March 28, offered jointly by the Economic and Business Engagement Center, Continuing Education and the Department of Polytechnic Studies. The 18-hour course will provide participants with the training needed to pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) aeronautical knowledge test and receive a remote pilot certificate from the FAA. Classes will be held each Wednesday evening for six weeks, from 6-9 p.m. March 28-May 2 at the Economic and Business Engagement Center, 920 Broadway, Room 112. Classes will be taught by Dr. Jim Peterson, assistant professor in the Department of Polytechnic Studies, and Andrew Chronister, agriculture technology coordinator at the Economic and Business Engagement Center. The cost to complete the training is $350, and interested participants may register at engage.semo.edu/part107. Questions can be directed to Andrew Chronister, firstname.lastname@example.org or (573) 651-2929.
Anyone interested in operating an unmanned aircraft (drone) under the FAA’s Small UAS Part 107 rule is encouraged to attend this training and successfully pass the exam before operating an unmanned aircraft.
Please note, this training does not include the cost to take the Small UAS Part 107 exam at an FAA-approved knowledge testing center. This is only a test prep training.