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Part 107 Prep

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation and has established that a licence is mandatory for commercial UAV pilots. Before you decide to take the plunge into the intriguing world of drones and the business opportunities ascribed with them, the very first steps are to enroll in our Part 107 Remote Pilot test preparation course. In addition to obtaining the knowledge required to pass the test with confidence, you will gain the aeronautical decision-making skills necessary to be a competent remote pilot, capable of operating safely in the national airspace system. The 2019 FAA Aerospace Reports Says:


301,000 Drone Pilots Needed By 2022!

UAV Industry

The commercial drone industry is growing rapidly and so are business opportunities. The FAA prediction show 2.7 million drones will be in service by 2021. The FAA predicts a 40% growth in the commercial drone sector by 2021. Aerial photography and cinematography, construction, real estate, weddings, roof inspections, tower and crane inspections, site surveys, crop analysis software development, maintenance, and of course drone delivery are only a few of the many business opportunities that await you.    


1.5 Million Jobs By 2025!

About The Class

Our quasi live in-person and online course, gives you the chance to ask questions, and discuss the material, while still getting the attention from the instructor and while you prep for your commercial drone license. We also offer an online study group where you can ask questions and the instructor provides a review of certain materials. To pass the two hour Part 107 drone pilot test requires extensive knowledge. Our personal and fun approach, provides you the hands-on learning environment you need.

This class will be held Saturday’s at North Clayton Middle School Time to be determined. Traffic is a bear and we value your time. Classes are held in-person and online. Online class, is Sunday’s from 7 PM to 9 PM. Saturday’s In-person class time is TBD.  Still need more study time? We’ve got you covered! Online study group sessions are held twice for an hour. See dates below.  Note: Only fully registered and paid participants may attend classes.


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Wait There’s More!

Each fully paid scholar not only benefits from our in-person and online live sessions but also has 24 hour access to the online portal for 6 months. This portal reviews lecture material, provides in-depth analysis on certain subject matter, free resources, and various multiple practice test and FAA simulation exam with FAA questions all design for you to pass the part 107.


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Unmanned Academy Workforce Development

The Unmanned Academy pools resources to bring you the best of both worlds. Prepare for your Commercial Drone License. After your Part 107 class, you’ll be ready for our Flight Training and Equipment/Field Training Classes. These classes advance your objective to become a commercial drone pilot and start a drone career.  The class schedule was designed with you in mind. Class schedule alternates between onsite and online. Classes are held one week on-site and then the next week online. Register Today!

March 2020 Class Registration is Open Now

This Part 107 Class…

Puts you in the driver seat for this aviation test. Don’t have any aviation knowledge, not a problem! This course is designed for you! This in-person and online course live classes, gives you the chance to ask questions, discuss the materials, while still getting the attention from the instructor all while you prep for your commercial drone license. We also offer access to a 24 portal and an online live study group where you can ask questions and the instructor provides a review of certain material. Classes are held one week on-site and then the next week online.

No experience needed!  (Fee does not include FAA  Exam)

Cost: $350


Next Class Starts March 5, 2020

We offer a combination of in-person and online classes.  Next Class begins March 5, 2020 and run through March 28, 2020. The class schedule was designed with you in mind. Class schedule alternates between onsite and online. Classes are held one week on-site and then the next week online. Register online Today! Registration  is open!


 Hands-On Learning

Participants will receive hand-on training using aeronautical maps, setting up drone equipment, various checklist, and build confidence with our hands-on flight skills training.

300 FAA Part 107 Test Questions

6 Month Access to Online Part 107 Course

14 Hours Live Part 107 Test Prep

Live Study Group

Avoid Traffic - Online Live Classes

Free Resources

Study Guide Provided

Additional Hands- On Classes Offered

Why You  Should Take The Part 107?


Statistics Tell the Story!

The 2019 FAA Aerospace Reports Says: 301,000 Drone Pilots Will Be Needed by 2022. Currently, there are approximately 90,000 license drone pilots. Do the math… There will be a shortage of commercial drone pilots. By 2025, there will be 1.5 million jobs associated with the drone industry. Even if you're not directly piloting a drone, companies and organizations will require you to have a drone pilot license because you understand the rules and regulations.  OPPORTUNITIES are endless..TIME is not! Register Today!



In-Person Class Dates (North Clayton Middle School)


Mar 5th

Training 5pm-7pm

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Mar 21st

Training 9am-12pm

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Mar 28th

Training 9am-12pm

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Online Dates  For This Session (No Traffic!)


Mar 8th

Training 7pm-9pm

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 Mar 15th

Training 7pm-9pm

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Mar 22nd

Training 7pm-9pm

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Online Study Group Dates  For This Session (No Traffic!)



Training 8pm-9pm

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Training 8pm-9pm

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Class schedule designed with you in mind!

The class schedule is designed with you in mind.  For your convenience and to limit traffic exposure! Class schedule alternates between onsite and online. Classes are held one week on-site and then the next week online..

Flight Training for Commercial Operators

This program has been designed for you.  Passing the Part 107 exam does not fully prepare you for flight operations.  Our flight training gets you up to speed and build your skills with hands-on experience.

Advance Flight Functions

Student pilot will learn how to access the advanced flight functions such as point of interest, waypoints and more


Piloting an Unmanned Aircraft

Student pilot will develop their skills and operate the remote aircraft in an outdoor environment under the direct supervision of a flight instructor. The student will master a series of flight maneuvers and learn how to recover from malfunctions.

Part 107 Test 

The FAA launched new rules for commercial drone pilots under the FAA regulations called Part 107. The new rules allow people interested in flying  their drones for a profit or commercial use to gain a license from the FAA to fly their drone for commercial purposes after passing a 60 question, 2 hour exam offered at an FAA testing center.  After taking our Part 107 Test Prep course, you can book at one of the FAA’s testing centers to take your exam for $150.Once you pass the exam, you get your certificate within a few weeks and are able to fly commercially.


Part 107 Test Preparation

This course is designed to help you to adopt a “pilot mindset” and to prepare you to become a U.S. certified commercial drone operator.

Equipment and Use

You will learn about the following: UAV types, Aircraft Components, Battery Technology, Power Systems , Cameras and Gimbals, Controller Settings

Equipment Training

Participants will receive two drones to take home.  We find being able to take home your drones enhancers your flight training.  After this class, you will be able to: Appreciate understanding  the features of your drone and how to utlize them when flying. 

Drone Industry

Future Growth


301,000 Drone Pilots Needed By 2022


$100 Billion Industry by 2025


200% Increase in Commercial Drone Use


100,000 Jobs Will Be Needed In Drone Coding

How do I become a U.S. commercially certified drone pilot?
  • Pass the Aeronautical Knowledge Test at one of  an FAA approved testing center. Our In-Person courses prepare you for this test.
  • Apply for and obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate with a small UAS rating (like existing pilot airman certificates, this never expires).
  • Pass a recurrent aeronautical knowledge test every 24 months.
  • Be at least 16 years old.


Who is eligible to take the FAA written aeronautical knowledge drone test?

Anyone over the age of 16 who is interested in becoming a commercial sUAS / drone pilot. You must also be proficient in English and in a physical and mental condition to safely operate a drone.

Getting your drone pilot certificate is one of the easiest ways to get into the aviation industry.

Will this course help me pass the aeronautical knowledge drone test?

This course was specifically designed to help you prepare for and to successfully pass your FAA Aeronautical Knowledge Test.

About Our Instructors

Drones are changing the world, and we want to do our part along with the FAA  to implement this amazing technology by promoting safety, comprehensive understanding of the equipment, and knowledge of the current regulations. We pride ourselves on our friendly, knowledgeable, and expert flight instructors who offer a variety of experience in the aviation industry.

Class Location

Start-Up Factory in Lithonia, GA

What’s the price of this bundled course?

A low price of $1,395  In this bundle, you will rotate between the following classes: Part 107 Test Prep, Equipment set-up and maintenance, and Drone Business Planning class where you will create your business and marketing plan.  You will also have hands-on flight training. No experience or drone needed!  (Fee does not include FAA Test)


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