unmanned aerial systems (UAS)
- Careers in Aviation 1
1.0 Credit: CTE or Elective
Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems course is designed to set a "safety-inspired foundation" for any flight operation involving small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) weighing less than 55 lbs and flown for commercial purposes. Upon successful competion of this course, students have the option to take a certification exam that is nationally recognized and leads to the Small UAS Safety Certification™. Students who complete the course will gain knowledge specific to serving as a qualified remote pilot as part of a professional flight crew that operates small UAS for commercial business applications.
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