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Custom Training for Companies

Are multiple members of your company learning to fly drones commercially? Instead of coming to one of our Open Enrollment courses, one of our expert flight instructors can come to your group and customize our training for your needs.

Part 107 Test Prep Course

Get your employees ready to be commercial drone operators. In order to fly commercially, drone pilots needs to pass the FAA’s Airman Knowledge Test under Part 107. Our Part 107 Test Prep course is designed to get students everything they need to pass this exam. All students who complete our in-person Part 107 Test Prep also gain access to our full online Part 107 Test Prep Course.

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Drone Flight Training

Make sure that your employees will be safe, legal drone pilots. There are a lot of rules, regulations, and complexities to flying drones. Our instructor provides students with in-depth, hands-on training on the Phantom, Inspire, and other drone models. Our 8-hour class will go into detail about the Federal Aviation Administration rules, regulations, and safety, in addition to emergency procedures, aircraft components, flight modes and vision positioning, calibration considerations, and details on the DJI Go App, and its many functions.

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Consultations and Full Implementation


Many companies plan to launch drones within their organization, but get stuck with figuring out how the rules and regulations for drones effect their business concept. Have one of our consultants help you through a free assessment of your drone program.


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What is the difference between the UAS Ground School and our Phantom and Inspire Training classes?

Our UAS Ground School class is designed to prepare our students for the FAA’s new Part 107 Airmen Knowledge Test, while our Phantom and Inspire Training course teaches students how to safely and properly operate their drone.

What do the FAA’s new rule changes mean?

The FAA’s announcement of their new Part 107 Airmen Knowledge Test will replace the need for the 333 Exemption, as well as the need for a pilot’s license. Pilots will be expected to pass the FAA Knowledge Test at a local FAA computer testing center. DARTdrones’ UAS Ground School Course teaches students how to pass this test.

What is the difference between the UAS Professional Drone Pilot Certification and the UAS Expert Operator Certification?

Both courses offer a culmination of hands on, in-person training with our flight instructors, which includes our UAS Ground School and Phantom and Inspire training course. The UAS Professional Operator Certification course is a two-day class that also includes several online business seminars. On the other hand, our UAS Expert Operator Certification is a five-day class, which includes in depth consultations from a number of our flight instructors, as well as intricate training in the proper safety procedures and handling of a number of different drones. This is all followed by a one day business seminar led by industry experts.

What do these new rules mean for someone who is still waiting to receive their 333 Exemption from the FAA?

While, the FAA has promised to continue to process the number of 333 Exemptions that they currently have backlogged, we are recommending our commercial pilots to go ahead and prepare for the Part 107 Airmen Knowledge Test. The new rules significantly ease the burden placed on operators of drones for non-recreational purposes, and eliminate the need for the burdensome pilot’s license. The FAA estimates that 90% of 333 Exemption Petitions will transition to Part 107 instead.

Will your class provide me with certification for my commercial UAS pilot’s license?

Our classes are designed to train and prepare our customers to become commercially certified drone pilots, however, we can’t provide them with commercial certification ourselves. The only way to become commercially certified would be to pass the FAA’s new Part 107 Airmen Knowledge Test at a local FAA computer testing center starting in August.

What happens to the 333 Exemption?

The new rules eliminate the formerly burdensome pilot’s license requirement and now allow operators to fly for non-recreational purposes without first obtaining a 333 exemption.Regulators have continued to demonstrate concern over the use of drones in the public airspace, and despite issuing less restrictive guidelines, they have not entirely eliminated the need for an exemption in all cases.  Some examples for which an exemption continue to be required include:

  • Operation of a drone above people
  • Operation of a drone weighing 55 lbs or more
  • Operation of a drone at 500 feet or higher

Who are the instructors at DARTdrones?

Our instructors have combined over 250 years of aviation experience. Check out our instructors on our About Us page.

Where do you offer corporate courses?

DARTdrones has 27 flight instructors who are able to travel and offer classes throughout the United States and also internationally.

How long is the training?

Our courses are customized to your team. We currently have a total of five days of training available. We can make the training longer or shorter based on your team’s needs.

Can we use our company’s location?

In a corporate training event, our instructor comes to your team to offer the class.

How many employees can you train at a time?

We are able to customize our training to however many people you need in each session (price varies). However, we advise a smaller group for the flight training portion to ensure each person gets ample flying time.

How far in advance should we schedule training?

We advise our customers to schedule training at least a month and a half in advance, which will give us enough time to check our flight instructors’ availability. However, we will try our best to accommodate our customers who would like to expedite their training.

What type of drone do your flight instructors use?

The type of drone that our instructors use to teach the class varies from class to class. We guarantee that our flight instructors use no drone model any older than the Phantom 3. However, some of our flight instructors do operate the DJI Phantom 3 Professional, Phantom 4 or even the Inspire when teaching our classes.