PACE Online Drone Training
Online Drone Training Opportunity
ONLINE TRAINING INFORMATION
We are excited to offer a new way to help prepare you to get your FAA Part 107 UAS License. If you are not able to participate in our in-person training or you would rather study on your own, we have contracted with Drone Pilot Ground School. This is an online course you can take that will help you prepare for the FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot Test.
We have 50 courses available for this online training. These courses will be given out on a first come first serve basis and will be limited to 1 license per district. Please contact Sandy Galaway for your course at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact the Risk Management Department at 800-285-5461 or at email@example.com.
Drone Pilot Ground School is the #1 online course for those looking to become FAA-certified drone pilots. It takes most students 15-20 hours to go through. They have helped over 17,500+ students get their FAA Remote Pilot Certificate, and their program boasts:
70+ Video & Text Lessons — Whether you learn best by listening, reading, or doing, we use all of these tactics to help you learn. We even have closed captioning in all of our videos.
Lessons Quizzes & 5 Full-Length Practice Tests — We offer full explanations for each question, so you know why a certain answer is correct.
Real FAA Practice Questions — Master the FAA's test concepts with our database of 350+ multiple choice questions. After completing a practice test, you'll be emailed a performance report and a breakdown of your incorrect responses.
Personal Support — We support students over phone, email, and through a voice-messaging system built into each lesson.
Bonus Lessons — Don't just pass the test. Learn about topics like flight operations management, how to conduct airspace research, and how to get controlled airspace authorization or apply for FAA waivers.
No cost for PACE members.
For additional drone information, click here for the Drone FAQ or head to the Special Districts Association of Oregon webpage on drones.