Connecting the campus to the community
Saturday, May 19, 2018, 9AM – 2 PM - $209
MSUB PE Building (Alterowitz Gym)
This fun-filled class is intended to introduce individuals to the basics of safely operating drones. Through demonstration and hands-on practice, you’ll leave this class with a better understanding and more confidence when it comes to drones. All participants will receive a Stinger 250 FPV WiFi HD Drone with extra batteries. All participants will have an opportunity to register with the FAA as a certified hobbyist. Enrollment is extremely limited.
Participants under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.
- Introduction to radio-controlled flying devices
- Basic set up and trouble shooting
- Understanding the technology
- Flight basics
- Rules, Laws, Basic Guidelines and FAA Registration
- Hands-on Flight
- Obstacle Course
- Advanced Training
- Why Do We Drone?
- Hobby Uses
- Professional Uses
- Answers to your Questions and an Opportunity to Fly an Advanced Model
Anyone who wants to learn how to operate a drone and enhance knowledge of this growing new technology. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
To find out more about this and other training programs, please call:
MSU Billings Extended Campus
Aaron Wilson has been involved in the electronic industry for 18 years. His experience includes sales, installation and repair within the audio/visual, security, and cellphone industry.
Aaron’s passion for Radio Controlled (RC) electronics started 23 years ago as he broke and repaired many RC vehicles throughout the years. Being a self-taught RC technician, Aaron evolved his professional career by launching Aaron’s Drones of Montana. Aaron is a seasoned drone operator, video editor, and is knowledgeable about the legalities of drone usage.
Aaron enjoys filming and editing action footage with his Autel X-Star Premium!
- Stinger 250 FPV WiFi HD Drone with 4 extra batteries ($150 value)
- Opportunity to register as FAA hobbyist
- Lots of fun experience