We offer free training and support for earning the Technician Class amateur radio license, using the ARRL Technician Class 2010-2014 study guide. Through our course, students collaborate via evening class sessions and on-line Mentoring, working together to help each other prepare for their examination.
The class is an excellent opportunity to explore interests in: Tools and techniques of designing and using your own station; Radio electronics and related appropriate technologies; Public service and emergency preparedness activities; Multi-mode communications with others around the region and the world; Clubs, contests, field events, conferences, workshops, and more.
Each week, with the support of licensed amateur radio Guest Mentors, we will provide on-line support for the ARRL Technician Class study guide, using our group forums for discussions. This allows for an easy, fun and collaborative approach to preparing for your license exam.
For Fall 2011, we will convene three evening class sessions (10/19, 11/2, 11/16) and a final testing session (11/30), at Antioch University Seattle from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. We will provide an accredited Volunteer Examiner (VE) testing session on the final evening to complete our course! Getting your ham radio license will be easy and fun!
To begin, be sure to register with this site. Then, check out our library of useful articles and supporting documents. These resources and the directory of Amateur Radio Links to other websites can be helpful to your learning and networking.
Your teaching team:
~ Jonathan Scherch, KK7PW
~ Chris Yody, KE7JBF
~ Curt Black, WR5J
~ Ken Iverson, AB7X
~ Jeff Coleman, W7EIR
~ Tammy Zoch, WA7TZ
and fellow members of the West Seattle Amateur Radio Club (WSARC)!
Oh, and thanks to GroupSpaces for free use of this excellent online domain!!