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ASA Remote Pilot Online Ground School

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Flying a drone for non-hobby operations requires a Remote Pilot Certificate. A person must successfully pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Knowledge Exam to earn a Remote Pilot certificate with a small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) rating. This course is your key to your success.

With ASA’s time-tested and trusted content you'll gain the aeronautical knowledge required to become a safe and competent remote pilot. This convenient on-demand solution is effective for self-study and the organization makes it an easy addition to any instructor-led ground school. The comprehensive curriculum consists of lessons featuring internet-based evaluation, resources, and course tracking, supported with professional multi-media presentations from the leaders in drone training.

The Remote Pilot Online Ground School course includes full high definition video content combined with brilliant graphics and special effects throughout. Expert instructors and terrific inflight footage make this course a thoroughly entertaining and motivating learning experience. Available in English and Spanish closed captioning.

Prepare for the Remote Pilot FAA Knowledge Exam, online and via iOS and Google Play apps with this on-demand solution from ASA. From the cloud, to you. Anytime. Anywhere. On any internet-connected device.

Read: ASA Complete Remote Pilot (online) and ASA Test Prep Remote Pilot Study Guide (online) Watch: ASA Remote Pilot HD Multi-Media Videos…Consisting of multiple short lesson video clips Practice: Quizzes, sample FAA questions supported with answers, explanations, and review modes from ASA Prepware Prepare: Take practice tests throughout...and complete the course with two full length sample FAA Knowledge Exams

Course Contents: Introduction, Regulations, National Airspace System, Weather, Preflight Considerations, Flight Operations, and Conclusion. Also included: on-screen CX-3® Flight Computer, fully-searchable FAR/AIM, and Remote Pilot Airman Certification Standards (FAA-S-ACS-10).

An internet connection is required to access the course. Complete the Remote Pilot Online Ground School on all your internet-connected devices for the ultimate in flexibility. Login from your desktop, laptop, smart phone, iPad or other tablet computer via the ASA Online Ground School App (available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store) – the course knows where you left off regardless of which device you last used. Upon completion of the course and practice tests you'll receive your Graduation Certificate. Review all lesson components even after completion of the course to serve as a refresher too, with access available for 24 months (after course registration date).


  • Effective Date: 2023
  • Inclusions: Complete 24 month access to the ASA Online Ground School which includes video, online text, online prepware, online FAR/AIM, and digital CX-3® flight computer.
  • Copyright: © 2023-2023 Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Date Published: 2023

Reader Resources

  • FAA Getting Started Flying Your Drone
  • Whether you're a novice drone pilot or have many years of aviation experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the National Airspace System (NAS). Use this guide to help you understand which rules you'll need to follow when you fly your drone.

  • FAA Drones
  • The future of aviation is here. The FAA collaborates with industry and communities to advance drone operations and integrate them into the national airspace. Whether you are flying for fun or work, get the rules, resources, and tools, to help you fly safely.

  • FAA Drone Zone
  • Welcome to the FAADroneZone; the official FAA website for managing drone services.

  • Where can I Fly?
  • Anyone flying a drone is responsible for flying within FAA guidelines and regulations. That means it is up to you as a drone pilot to know the Rules of the Sky, and where it is and is not safe to fly.

  • B4UFLY App
  • Recreational users who only fly their drone for fun, now have an improved app – B4UFLY – to help show where they can and cannot fly with interactive maps. The B4UFLY app is available to download for free at the App Store for iOS and Google Play store for Android.

  • LAANC Airspace Authorizations
  • The FAA is dedicated to ensuring drones are able to operate safely in the same airspace with manned aircraft. The LAANC capability offers industry the opportunity to work with the agency as we develop a UAS Traffic Management System (UTM). Companies approved to provide LAANC Services are known as FAA Approved UAS Service Suppliers (USS).

  • UAS Remote ID
  • Beginning September 16, 2023, all drone pilots who are required to register their UAS must operate in accordance with the rule on Remote ID. Safety and security are top priorities for the FAA and Remote ID for drones is crucial to our integration efforts.

  • The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST)
  • The law requires that all recreational flyers pass an aeronautical knowledge and safety test and provide proof of passage if asked by law enforcement or FAA personnel. The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) was developed to meet this requirement.



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