Steps to Becoming a Professional sUAS Remote Pilot
Obtain a Remote Pilot in Command Certificate from the FAA. This requires students to pass the FAA-administered sUAS Aeronautical Knowledge Exam, submit an application to the FAA, and be screened by the TSA.*
* Part 61 pilot certificate holders who have completed a flight review within the previous 24 months may take the FAA’s online sUAS training course to apply for a remote pilot certificate.
UAS CORE offers a prep course that prepares students to take the FAA-administered sUAS Aeronautical Knowledge Exam. Our Exam Prep Course is structured around the airman common body of knowledge and adapted specifically for sUAS operations. Passing the FAA Exam is the first step to becoming a UAS CORE-certified sUAS Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC).
Learn to fly like a pro.
UAS CORE's Remote Pilot in Command Certification Program is designed to fully develop the practical knowledge and superior technical skills necessary to fly a sUAS safely, responsibly, and skillfully. Our 3-part program includes ground school, simulator-based training, and hands-on flight instruction delivered by FAA-certified flight instructors.
Gain specialized knowledge and experience flying sUAS in specific professional settings.
UAS CORE provides customized training programs tailored to meet the needs of specific industries and their specific sUAS applications. Custom courses are currently available for many specialties including: