Drone Safety, Operational Training Now Available

sUAS training for operators or sponsors affiliated with Princeton University is now available on the Employee Learning Center.

The eLearning course, “sUAS Training For Operators at Princeton,” includes information on how to request permission to fly at Princeton, safety and operational guidelines, University policies, FAA requirements and preferred locations for flights on campus. 

A section of the training covers TRFs (temporary flight restrictions), which frequently affect the Princeton campus and surrounding area.  

The course is viewable by going to Environmental Health & Safety under the "Training By Department" tab. Click "eLearning" at the top and look for "sUAS Training For Operators at Princeton" in the General Safety section.

The training, which takes 15-20 minutes to complete, is required for all first-time operators of sUAS at Princeton. A section of the flight request form asks for confirmation of completed drone training. 

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