Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Drone Training
Worker Bee offers 3 types of Drone training courses.
The Worker Bee Full Course – $3225.00
This course is a 2-day 16 hour curriculum. Included a new professional drone featuring a 4K camera and UHD video recording system along with:
Worker Bee’s Express Program – $1425.00
This course is 1 day and does not include the Drone and actual flight training.
The Worker Bee Test Prep Class – $525.00
Whether you are a beginner just starting off or an advanced operator looking to become an entrepreneur, these courses are for you.
Director of Drone Training
“Worker Bee Drone Training sets the standard for training safe, legal and professional commercial drone operations” – Tim Marshall, Director of Drone Training.
As more drones are operated in the National Airspace, it is important for all operators to abide by FAA regulations. Worker Bee is the leader for Law Enforcement training to insure that all FAA Regulations are obeyed and the safety of the general public is protected.
262 Wilmer Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45226
(513) 321-PINK or (513)321-7465
We’re just a short drive from downtown Cincinnati. Click here for driving directions.
Parking is free. The parking entrance is located to the front of Lunken Airport off Wilmer Avenue. Additional parking is located to the south of the airport off Airport Road.
Daily 9:00 – 5:00
*Unfortunately, we cannot accept walk-ins.
I went through the training program before the FAA test was released on August 29, 2016. The training was thorough, and although the class time, in and of itself, would not be enough to pass the exam, it did give me all of the tools and direction needed to study in order to pass the test on the first go around.
Be prepared for a difficult exam, and remember that you need to retain this information for safe flying and re-certification every two years. Tim and the team were knowledgeable and helpful how to navigate the pain in the back procedures to get your license and to get your drone correctly registered.
I would highly recommend the school for anyone seeking a commercial license to fly a drone for a living or even for a real estate agent looking to improve the marketing of their properties.
The investment was well worth the money, and it will move your career forward for a small expense.
Woodbrook Homes, Inc.
In 2016, the FAA issued Part 107 Drone Operations Regulations. The FAA now requires an aeronautical knowledge test for those people who do not hold an FAA Pilot Certificate.
For recent regulations and guidelines, and the latest aviation news and updates, visit the Federal Aviation Administration.