UAS Training for High School Teachers and Administrators
Kansas State Polytechnic invites Kansas high school teachers and administrators to participate in an immersive, one-week program focused on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). This program will cover all aspects of UAS for high school teachers and administrators that offer or are planning to offer UAS curriculum in their schools.
Upon successful completion of the program, attendees will have:
- Remote Pilot in Command certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (also known as Part 107 certified)
- Fundamental flight skills on a multi rotor aircraft
- Knowledge of UAS regulations and safety procedures
- Resources and guidance on starting or enhancing UAS curriculum in their high school
View the program schedule for full details on topics that will be covered. Program will be led by Kansas State Polytechnic's UAS experts. Learn more about Kansas State Polytechnic's UAS research center and our two academic degrees in unmanned aircraft systems - Flight and Operations and Design and Integration.
This program is not currently open for registration. Please contact email@example.com for inquiries.
Location: Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus in Salina, Kansas
Cost: $150 for FAA exam administered during the program - all other expenses offered in kind by Kansas State Polytechnic
The program includes classroom instruction, flight instruction, use of multi rotor aircraft during program, FAA written exam, lodging, meals, and resources and materials relevant to preparing for the FAA exam and implementing UAS curriculum in the high school.
Program capacity is 32 individuals. Registration is suggested early as the program is expected to reach capacity. Register using the purple button at the top of this page. A confirmation email will be sent upon registration with final details.
If you have any questions regarding this program or your registration, please contact Professional Education and Outreach at 855-552-0079 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.