Beginning Tuesday, March 21, 2017, the Extra Class course will be conducted at the National Electronics Museum. Classes begin at 6:30PM and run until apprx. 9:30PM each night for 12 weeks. The course is free. Students need only provide their own copy of the current Extra Class License Manual which is the text for the course. Course flyer attached.
Beginning Tuesday, Sep. 6, the ARRL Operator's Class (no exam) will be conducted at the National Electronics Museum (NEM). The course will likely run 10 weeks and cover a variety of topics. Classes start promptly at 1830ET.
Beginning Tuesday, November 8, the ARRL Technician Class (exam follows) will be held at NEM. Classes begin at 1830ET.
Details to follow.
The course schedule for the rest of the 2015-2016 cycle through June 2016 is expected to have the Extra Class course follow the General Class one now in progress. If time permits in Spring 2016, the Operating Class course (practical applications for Amateur Radio course, no license) will be held.
A free 8-10 week Extra Class course is scheduled to begin on 3 February 2015 at the Museum (subject to change if we have inclement weather). Classes start at 6:30PM and run until approx. 9:30PM. Register via email to Rol Anders, mailto:email@example.com.
A free, approximately seven-week licensing course in preparation for the FCC General Class Amateur Radio examination. This course is appropriate for hams who already have a Technician level license.
The FCC no longer requires Morse code ability. The FCC exam will be given on the last night of the class. The class is open to the public, and there are no age restrictions. For information contact Roland Anders (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A free, 8-10 week licensing course in preparation for the FCC Extra Class Amateur Radio examination. This course is appropriate for hams who have a General level license.