Drone Course and Part 107

Hi All,
I am recently InterNACHI certified inspector and new to the forum. I am starting on my FFA drone license. Question…does the InterNACHI Drone course prepare you well enough to pass the Part 107 exam or does it require supplemental materials? I more materials are need what are your suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Tony

Here is a good thread to read. You can also do a search in the upper right corner where the magnifying glass is.

What dorne part 107 class - Members-Only - InterNACHI®️ Forum

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Welcome to our forum, Tony!..enjoy participating. :smiley:

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I went through DroneLaunchacademy.com before taking the test. Which I passed the test without any problems. After getting my certificate, I took the INACHI class as part of CE hours. I am not confident that I would have passed the class by just taking the INACHI class.

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Hello Tony,

Here is what you need to study to pass the Part 107 knowledge test.

https://www.faa.gov/sites/faa.gov/files/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/remote_pilot_study_guide.pdf

https://www.faa.gov/uas/commercial_operators/

The InterNACHI course may not have all you need to know to pass the 107 exam.
I have taken the InterNACHI “Study Guide for Certified Drone Pilot
Training Course”.
I recommend taking the InterNACHI course and studying the materials provided directly from the FAA.

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I took drone Pilot 101 for bout $120 and it was great. Always updating as well as they get feedback from folks who pass, I passed with room to spare

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I took the InterNACHI Drone pilot course- it covers a lot but I suggest you supplement with The Drone Coach on YouTube among other YouTube videos- know the concepts: Weather, Airspace, Operations, Chart Sup,New Regulations, Physiology. Don’t just memorize test questions out on the internet etc.

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Thanks to all for your responses. Just the information I was looking for. As a new member, it’s nice to have a forum as such to answer questions. I am sure I will have many more as I progress through the process. Currently I am spending time reading through the General forum and that is answering many questions that I have.
Once again…thanks to all,
Tony