Remote UAS Pilot Test Prep
Commercial pilot and certified flight instructor, Jason Bensley, will host a workshop to study and prepare for the written Unmanned Aircraft General – Small (UAS) UAS certification exam on Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, 2019, at the University of Minnesota Crookston. The cost of the workshop is $550 which includes a box lunch for both days, the 2019 UAS Test Prep Study Guide, and in-class instruction.
The classroom portion of the workshop will cover knowledge areas listed in the Remote Pilot Airmen Certification Standards, which include 14 CFR part 107 regulations, airspace, aviation weather sources and weather effects on UAS, and more. All portions of the course will be taught by certified UAS pilots that are also manned aviation instructors.
To sign up for the workshop, use the link: z.umn.edu/RemoteUASPilotTestPrep. The deadline to sign up is March 15, 2019. Contact Michelle Christopherson at (218) 281-8369 with any question or for more information.
About UMN Crookston
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