Drones & Aviation
Drones & Aviation
This exciting NEW program will give students an opportunity to explore Oklahoma’s second-largest industry – Aviation. Drone technology has given rise to many new career opportunities, and the age requirement to receive a commercial drone pilot license is just 16 years old! You will learn how to fly drones, understand drone technology, collect data, and learn about pathways to various job certifications in aviation. Students will also get hands-on experience in drone applications such as photography, videography, 3D modeling, and thermal imaging.
The Drones & Aviation program:
- Promotes science, technology, engineering, and math skills that prepare you for the future of aviation and aerospace.
- Supports the development of technology skills future-focused employers desire.
- Develops critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills.
- Offers the opportunity to earn the FAA Part 107 license which will allow applicants to enter the military at a higher pay rate entering as an E2 rather than an E1.
|Introduction to Aviation|
|Aircraft Systems and Performance|
|Careers Using Drones|
|Air Traffic Controller|
|Aircraft and Avionics Mechanic|
|Transportation Security Screener|
|Airfield Operations Specialist|
|Remote Pilot Certification (FAA Part 107 Unmanned Pilot License)|
High School Credit
|First Year Students : 4 Elective Credits|
|Second Year Students: 3 Elective Credits & 1 Unit of Computer Technology (Multimedia Image Management)|
Technology Student Association (TSA)
Working together to lead in a technical world! TSA is an organization dedicated to promoting STEM and leadership through competitions for every student in the United States. To learn more, visit OKTSA.org.
Reach out to Braden.
He’s our Outreach & Enrollment Specialist. He’s a master at helping students find their perfect Tri County Tech program. Braden works with the counselors at our partner schools to help students apply to Tri County Tech.
Braden is available to answer any program and application questions you may have! Ask your counselor about Tri County Tech programs today.