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ACE DRONE SERVICES PART 107 Course Curriculum
Chapter 1: Welcome! Start Here
See a course overview, get a glossary of terms, and get started with an action plan for studying.
Chapter 2: Rules & Regulations
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Chapter 3: Airspace
Here’s where we’ll get into one of the more difficult sections on the test by diving into reading sectional charts, understanding latitude & longitude, and the difference classes of airspace.
Chapter 4: Weather
You’ll learn everything from how to read METARs & TAFs, to the theory behind weather including visibility, wind, currents, and thunderstorms.
Chapter 5: Loading and Performance
We’ll focus on the theory behind loading and performance for unmanned aircraft (and how it differs from manned aircraft).
Chapter 6: Radio Communications
You’ll learn what’s required by drone operators by the FAA for communication over radio, as well as the specifics of CTAF, MULTICOM, and UNICOM frequencies.
Chapter 7: Airport Operations
We’ll go over the details behind airport operations, including the differences between types of airports, towered vs. untowered, chart supplements, and NOTAMs.
Chapter 8: Emergency, Maintenance, and Inspection Procedures
You’ll learn in-depth the different types of procedures required for your drone operations and where to find them.
Chapter 9: Aeronautical Decision Making
Discover the ins and outs of Risk Management, the different types of crew roles, and the PAVE Checklist to identify different hazards.
Chapter 10: Physiology
You’ll learn the different kinds of physiological hazards, including drugs, medication, alcohol, and stress & fatigue.
Chapter 11: Preparing for the Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test
Next stop is test prep strategy. Because it’s not enough to know how all the information, you’ll also want to see the big picture. Here we’ll discuss the best ways to study and take the test.
Chapter 12: Remote Pilot Test Bank
Finally, jump into our 5-full length (60 question) practice tests to see what types of questions the FAA will ask you, as well as to identify your weak spots.
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