FAA Part 107 Drone Training Offered by ARE Corp.

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FAA Part 107 Training

FAA Part 107 Drone Training: Looking to become a commercial drone pilot?

Interested in the Geospatial industry, but finding a GIS certificate to be too expensive? Get started with drone mapping! ARE will be teaching a Drone Pilot Training Course including all the material you need to know to become a Federal Aeronautics Administration (FAA) Part 107 Drone Certified Pilot at North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA on October 5th and 12th.

This could be the step to unlocking your future potential in this exciting high tech field.

To register call 978-236-1200 or click here.

About ARE:

At ARE, we are committed to a culture of continuous improvement and empowering ingenuity. We are based on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and offer opportunities to work in the field or office at both locations. We are a dynamic team of engineers, inspectors, FAA certified pilots, GIS analysts, remote sensing specialists, and so much more. Our employees are professional, passionate, hardworking and are motivated to make the world a safer place. While respecting the importance of a sustainable future, we are dedicated to an environmentally friendly approach to our work. We take pride in our community outreach programs and the opportunity to work with leading organizations, charities and institutions on both coasts. We embrace diversity, initiative and new technology. As a company we take pride in going the extra mile to champion new ideas and approaches. It’s the ARE way…and we have a place for you.

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