Introduces and develops flight control and piloting techniques for common Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) platforms. Students learn and demonstrate maneuvers, procedures, and best practices for safe UAS operation on fixed wing and rotary wing systems. Develops the skills and knowledge required to be a pilot of a UAS in the National Airspace System. Students who are new to aviation will develop functional knowledge in the areas of pilot-in-command responsibilities, aerodynamic principles, aviation meteorology, and the flight environment.
Course ID: AVT 155
This class is taught on the Futures Lab's campus, however, students must enroll in AIMS and complete concurrent enrollment paperwork. See your school counselor for assistance with concurrent enrollment.