Amateur (Ham) Radio Course in Sayward

Amateur radio brings people, electronics and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town and around the world, all without the Internet or cell phones. It’s fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need. Having more certified amateur radio operators in Campbell River and throughout the regional district will greatly increase our community’s emergency communications capability. Attending all class dates is encouraged, but not mandatory. Some knowledge of electricity or electronics is helpful, but not essential. Certificates are awarded upon passing the basic exam and are good for life.  Once you achieve your certification the Campbell River Amateur Radio Society and Campbell River Emergency Communications Team exist to help new hams develop their skillset further.

 

Strathcona Regional District

April Weekday Evening Course

Cost:
$50, which includes the exam fee and cost of course materials.

Dates:
Wednesday April 4
Friday April 6
Monday April 9
Monday April 16
Wednesday April 18
Monday April 23
Wednesday April 25
Friday April 27

The exam date will be at a later date and that date will be determined by the class participants.

All classes are 6-9 pm throughout the month of April.

Location:
Multipurpose Room – Kelsey Bay Recreation Centre

Ages:
All ages

For information and to register:
Contact Shaun Koopman at 250-830-6702 or skoopman@srd.ca

All participants are strongly encouraged to attend an Introduction and Preparation session with the instructors from 7-8:30 pm on Wednesday March 7th at the Kelsey Bay Recreation Centre Multipurpose Room to help them obtain a better understanding of the course content and requirements.

 

 

 

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