Remote Pilot

Flying drones is fun! It also includes the responsibility to be safe and know the current FAA regulations. Learn the basics to fly as a hobbyist and/or prepare to pass the FAA Part 107 Exam required for certification for remote pilots who want to fly for profit.

Additional classes are under development and various classes will be offered throughout the year.

This program is made possible in part by funding from the Schoolcraft College Foundation. 

Schoolcraft College Foundation

Remote Pilot Class Offerings

Schoolcraft Remote Pilot Program Featured on WDIV

Program Coordinator, Michele Fuher, and Remote Pilot Instructor, Chris Meyer, were recently featured on WDIV – Channel 4 News. Here they share more about drones and this unique and innovative program offered through Continuing Education & Professional Development.

Watch the Video

About the Instructor

Chris Meyer PhotoChris Meyer has 25 years of aviation experience as a commercial pilot, flight instructor, ground instructor, and Remote Pilot instructor. He has flown passengers around North America as a corporate and regional airline pilot. He now owns and operates a small sUAS company and is a full time aviation high school instructor. Chris has a bachelor degree in aeronautical science, a master degree in secondary education, and is certified to teach physics and aeronautics. He looks forward to sharing his extensive aviation knowledge with the primary goals of having fun and flying safely. 

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