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Navigate a New Career with Commercial Drones

Male pilot controlling drone with remote controlUnmanned Arial Vehicles (UAVs or “drones”) are now widely used in a rapidly growing variety of applications. Interested in the earning potential of a drone/UAV services business?

Harper CE’s new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry training program may be just what you need to launch a new career or expand your existing business. Partnering with Vortex UAS, a leading UAS pilot training and services provider, Harper CE offers convenience and cost effectiveness to help launch your UAV pilot experience.

 

Test pilot a drone at one of our FUN-FLY sessions

Complete this form to reserve a time slot and test-fly a real drone. Our next Saturday sessions are scheduled on September 9 and 16.


   Fall 2017 ClassesDrone quadrocopter with high resolution digital camera. New tool for aerial photo and video.

MAKE MONEY FLYING DRONES (LCE 0114) – 6:30-8:30 p.m., Monday, 11/13 OR Tuesday, 12/5

PILOTING A DRONE: FUNDAMENTALS (LCE 0115) – 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, 8/19 OR 9/30 OR 10/28

PILOTING A DRONE: ADVANCED CONCEPTS (LCE 0116) – 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, 11/4

PART 107: KNOWLEDGE TEST PREP (LCE 0117) – 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, 10-6-10/8 OR 11-17-11/19

Register online or call 847.925.6300.

Click here to learn more about our Commercial Drone Pilot Training program and classes.


Drones are helping to create a whole new means of realizing the American dream. Michael Huerta, FAA Administrator

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expects sales of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for commercial purposes to grow from 600,000 in 2016 to 2.7 million by 2020. Commercial drones are used for aerial inspection, photography and survey in ever-expanding applications. In Illinois, the top ten industries* using drones are: Real Estate, Construction, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Filmmaking, Event, Utilities, Emergency Management, Advertising and Search and Rescue.

The FAA has released the much-anticipated Part 107 regulations, which allow anyone to fly drones commercially after passing the Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Test. The test is quite challenging, requiring the prospective Drone pilot to have a solid understanding of aeronautical charts, weather, weather reports, Air Traffic Control communications, and safe unmanned operations in both controlled and uncontrolled airspace.

Attend our information session to learn about the FAA requirements and the new Harper course to prepare for the Part 107 exam. The course also includes hands-on experience flying a commercial drone. This program is intended for individuals intending to enter the Unmanned Aviation Industry as a Professional. RSVP online or call 847.925.6300.

*source: the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Unmanned Systems and Robotics Database


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