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November 23, 2020 12:00 pm -
November 30, 2020 12:00 pm

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November 30, 2020 9:00 am -
December 4, 2020 5:00 pm

What Will I learn?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is the first step in professional career progression in Unmanned Aerial Systems. This 40 hour course introduces the individual to the world of aviation with a focus on applying this knowledge to operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems(UAS) of all sizes. The student will start with the history of unmanned aircraft and learn about the applicable regulations and process outlined by the FAA for both manned and unmanned aircraft and operations. This covers all subjects and materials covered in the FAA’s Part 107 SUAS(Small Unmanned Aircraft System) knowledge test, and goes beyond the minimum requirements to ensure the student has a safe, valid and applicable knowledge base to build from.

Who Is This Course For?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is designed for those who are interested in moving into the field of unmanned aviation without previous aviation experience. This includes those who already possess the part 107 SUAS pilots license and are wanting to move into larger aircraft that operate in more complex environments and airspace.

This course is a prerequisite for all follow-on Volatus UAS courses unless the individual has previous aviation experience ie. a private pilot knowledge test.

Course Introduction
History and Background of Remotely Piloted / Unmanned Aircraft
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Airframe
Aerodynamics
Aviation Weather
Maps & Orientation
Airspace
Airfield Operations
Radio Communication Procedures
Resource Management
Risk Management
Flight Planning
Regulations

December 7, 2020 9:00 am -
December 11, 2020 5:00 pm

What Will I learn?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is the first step in professional career progression in Unmanned Aerial Systems. This 40 hour course introduces the individual to the world of aviation with a focus on applying this knowledge to operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems(UAS) of all sizes. The student will start with the history of unmanned aircraft and learn about the applicable regulations and process outlined by the FAA for both manned and unmanned aircraft and operations. This covers all subjects and materials covered in the FAA’s Part 107 SUAS(Small Unmanned Aircraft System) knowledge test, and goes beyond the minimum requirements to ensure the student has a safe, valid and applicable knowledge base to build from.

Who Is This Course For?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is designed for those who are interested in moving into the field of unmanned aviation without previous aviation experience. This includes those who already possess the part 107 SUAS pilots license and are wanting to move into larger aircraft that operate in more complex environments and airspace.

This course is a prerequisite for all follow-on Volatus UAS courses unless the individual has previous aviation experience ie. a private pilot knowledge test.

Course Introduction
History and Background of Remotely Piloted / Unmanned Aircraft
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Airframe
Aerodynamics
Aviation Weather
Maps & Orientation
Airspace
Airfield Operations
Radio Communication Procedures
Resource Management
Risk Management
Flight Planning
Regulations

December 14, 2020 9:00 am -
December 18, 2020 5:00 pm

What Will I learn?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is the first step in professional career progression in Unmanned Aerial Systems. This 40 hour course introduces the individual to the world of aviation with a focus on applying this knowledge to operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems(UAS) of all sizes. The student will start with the history of unmanned aircraft and learn about the applicable regulations and process outlined by the FAA for both manned and unmanned aircraft and operations. This covers all subjects and materials covered in the FAA’s Part 107 SUAS(Small Unmanned Aircraft System) knowledge test, and goes beyond the minimum requirements to ensure the student has a safe, valid and applicable knowledge base to build from.

Who Is This Course For?

Aviation Fundamentals for Autonomous Operations is designed for those who are interested in moving into the field of unmanned aviation without previous aviation experience. This includes those who already possess the part 107 SUAS pilots license and are wanting to move into larger aircraft that operate in more complex environments and airspace.

This course is a prerequisite for all follow-on Volatus UAS courses unless the individual has previous aviation experience ie. a private pilot knowledge test.

Course Introduction
History and Background of Remotely Piloted / Unmanned Aircraft
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Airframe
Aerodynamics
Aviation Weather
Maps & Orientation
Airspace
Airfield Operations
Radio Communication Procedures
Resource Management
Risk Management
Flight Planning
Regulations

January 4, 2021 9:00 am -
January 22, 2021 5:00 pm

Coming Soon!!! UP3 – Unmanned Aircraft Systems Professional Pilot Path

A UAS path that consists of 120 hours over three weeks and takes place in the classroom and flight simulators. This portion covers the fundamentals of aviation pertinent to their role as an unmanned system operator, how to operate and execute unmanned aircraft missions, and how to properly assess and implement UAS in various applications.
This portion is the crucial first step for those looking to get started in the UAS industry and for those looking to expand their career beyond the part 107 limitations. This portion also provides a great opportunity for those to refresh their knowledge and continue their education in the UAS industry.

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March 15, 2021 9:00 am -
March 26, 2021 5:00 pm

*UP3 is a Prerequisite to taking the Flight course*

Flight Operations consist of 80 hours over 2 weeks and takes place at the Pendleton UAS Range, located in Pendleton Oregon. This portion covers realistic scenarios and actual live flight operations. 40 hours of training will be conducted in active airspace consisting of a minimum of 10 live flight hours, 3 takeoff and landings, maintenance procedures, and support operations. 40 hours will be conducted in a realistic UAS simulator covering, flight planning processes, aircraft specific training and familiarization, and UAS application using realistic scenarios in preparation for live flight operations.

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