Program Overview Fact Sheet

This Program Overview Fact Sheet will provide most of the pertinent information needed about our proprietary Federal Aviation Administration Certified Drone Pilot Training Program.

Program Name: FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Certified Drone Pilot Training Program

Program Duration: 10 weeks (Total of 90 hours)

How many days per week: 3

How many hours per week: 3 hours a day with 2, 15 minute breaks.

What days of the week: It could be a combination of any days Monday thru Saturday.

How often are classes offered? There will be 3 session of these 10 week classes 3 times a year.

When does the next class start?  November or December 6th, 2021

Where is the location of these classes to being taught at?  16Tech downtown. 1220 Waterway Blvd. 46202

Are there additional teaching locations? Yes, Launch Fishers, Indiana IoT lab, Aeronautical Center of Technology

How much does the class cost? $2,250.00 (for the first stage only) 10 wks. DWD has qualified funding for this cost

What are the minimum and maximum ages to get this training and the license? 16 years old and up.

Is there any financial aid available? Yes, for ages 16-24 and possibly for those unemployed registered with WorkOne.

Do you teach how to fly drones in this class? No, Concentration on passing the FAA exam is the focus of this class.

Does this program help you buy a drone? No, but we can assist you with the type of drone you would want to buy.

What happens when I complete the class? You will receive your FAA Part 107 Drones pilots license to fly commercially.

How much money can I make as a FAA Certified Drone Pilot? Varies per state but up to 6 figures. Experience is Key.

Where can I learn how to fly a drone? With us at Triple T Academy, as we have a Drone Flight Training Class available.

How much does it cost? $1,250, 4 weeks, 3 days, 3hours a day.

After completing the Drone Certification Training, do you help to find Jobs? Yes, but in a limited capacity.