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Sky-Futures Training Academy USA Launches Part 107 Online Tutorial Course



Sky-Futures is rolling out an online tutorial course; the new course will enable persons and organizations in the US to pass the FAA's Part 107 exam.

For the past two years, Sky-Futures has established a reputation for high quality training; Sky-Futures Training Academy (SFTA) alumni include Emergency Service and Enterprise clients from around the world. Safe use of drone technology is at the forefront of all Sky-Futures training situated among its state of the art facilities to provide fit-for-purpose training. Most recently, Sky-Futures has established SFTA USA at Disaster City at College Station in Texas.

All UAS pilots that wish to operate in a commercial capacity must take this Part 107 exam. The exam has the potential to be challenging for those with little or no aviation experience.  Thus, this Sky-Futures course distinguishes itself from other online Part 107 tutorials by focusing on material most likely to be tested.  The topics that make up the bulk of the FAA test are covered extensively and effectively reviewed by quizzes generated at random from a 250-question test bank.

Jay Forte, Sky-Futures VP Operations said: “This course was designed to enable an efficient learning process and a successful outcome. Our critical understanding of safe commercial operations has enabled us to prioritize applied theory in the online content to capture baseline Part 107 competencies.”

With the launch of the Part 107 Online Tutorial Course, Sky-Futures is bringing to market a product that will ensure the best possible start for a business to enact its drone strategy. Sky-Futures aims to provide fit-for-purpose Part 107 preparation to enable operators across the USA to leverage drone technology confidently and safely, in accordance with FAA regulations.



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