The Danville Area Community College Technology Division is holding a One-Day Course on Beginner Drone. The course will be held Saturday, April 15 from 9AM-3PM and costs $50. The course will be taught by DACC’s Brandy Marron, Associate Professor, Agriculture, Business & Technology Division.
The use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) has increased rapidly in various industries such as law enforcement, film, and agriculture. This one-day course will cover drones and the technology of operation. Students will spend the morning learning FAA regulations in preparation for the Part 107 exam to be taken at an FAA testing facility. The afternoon portion will include hands-on experiences with multiple drones including the Drone Deploy software that is used in many industries.
The first four hours will be spent in the classroom learning about the rules, regulations, and flying basics. The final two hours will be spent practicing flying the drone. Drones will be provided.
Register by calling 217-554-1667 or email email@example.com.
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