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Intro to Commercial Drone Piloting (virtual classroom)

Drone technology is opening doors across all industries—from cinematography and film to real estate, construction, and search and rescue efforts—and is increasing in versatility and affordability daily. If you want to fly drones professionally, you must first pass the FAA's Part 107 test. In this lecture course, instructor Lauren Ode-Giles will review the knowledge needed to pass the test, including how to read aviation charts, interpret aviation weather reports, and explore regulations that govern drone use. No drone-flying experience is needed!

Code:21H8126001JA
Dates:June 30 - July 14, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:W : 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Hours:6.00
Clock Hours:6.00
Location:Zoom Classroom 1
Instructor:Lauren Ode-Giles
Fee:$109 FeeBreakdown
Notes:We email virtual classroom access two business days before classes begin; please register early to ensure you receive this information. If you have not received virtual classroom access the day before your class, please check your inbox's spam and deleted folders. It is the responsibility of participants to check their email inbox for virtual access information prior to class and, if it has not been received, to contact our office during business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) before class starts at comed@whatcom.edu or (360) 383-3200. No refunds or credits will be given for a class once it has started.

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