Drones for Pros

Drones in the Workplace

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology is simultaneously reshaping several major industries and creating new ones. Drones are becoming common tools of professionals in many fields. Use of commercial drones in the U.S. is expected to grow from 42,000 drones in 2016 to more than 420,000 by 2021, according to a report by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Some industries already being transformed by the use of drones include:

  • Wedding Photography
  • Wildlife Monitoring
  • Structural Safety Inspections
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Border Patrol
  • Fire Investigations
  • Real Estate Photography
  • Utility Safety Inspections
  • Security and Surveillance
  • Search and Rescue
  • Construction Site Monitoring
  • Disaster Management

Stay ahead of the curve and become more competitive in your field with our Drones for Pros classes!

FAA Part 107 Drone Commercial Pilot Test Prep

This 18-hour class is for students with some small unmanned aircraft system flight experience who are seeking FAA Part 107 certification. Class includes 14 hours of test-prep classroom training (Ground School) and 4 hours of instructor-led flying practice (Flight School).

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Coming Soon: Advanced Learning Classes

Fly higher in your career using drone technology! Our Advanced Learning professional development classes will be specialized for several industries including but not limited to drone programming, photography, videography, surveying, and mapping. Sign up for our mailing list to be the first to know when class descriptions and schedules are released.

To professionally and commercially benefit from these classes, students must already have a commercial drone pilot license.

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