General Class Prep Course
So you got your tech license. You’ve been on all the repeaters, you’ve played with packet. Maybe you’ve done some public service nets or Skywarn. Or maybe you’ve dabbled in six and ten meters.
But you want more. You want to be on HF.
Well this is your chance. The WVRA is sponsoring a General License Prep Session on Saturday, Sept 29 (9am-4pm) and Sunday, Sept 30 (9am-1pm). The course will be held at the Wisconsin State Patrol HQ, 2805 Martin Ave, in Wausau. Following the prep session, we will offer license exams for all levels of licenses.
The class is free, but please pre-register so we have enough materials for everyone. Your test session will cost $15. Please bring a copy of your current license, SSN, and payment (cash or check) on Sunday.
Our technician license prep classes have a 95% success rate, and we expect a very high success rate with our general class, too! We go over a lot of info, but if you’re ready to make the move to HF, this is your opportunity!
Please email KD9CJX@gmail.com if you have any questions.
FCC Testing Session
The Wisconsin Valley Radio Association(WVRA) is sponsoring and hosting anAmateur Radio license examination session, to be held on Sunday, September 30th,with registration at 12 noon and testing starting at 1:00 PM, at the WisconsinState Patrol building, 2805 Martin Ave., Wausau, WI.
Enter through Door Number3 on the south end of the building, by the generator. Talk-in will be on the147.135 repeater. Testing will be conducted for ALL classes of Amateur Radio licenses.
Walk-insfor the test session will be accepted. However, if you know that you will beattending, calling ahead to pre-register is helpful.
The exam fee is $15.00 for2018.
Be sure to bring a form of identification along with you. A photo ID,such as a driver’s license, is acceptable. Also, be sure to know either yourSocial Security number or your FCC-issued Federal Registration Number(FRN), asyou will need to have that information when completing the license applicationforms.
Go to this webpage to see what else you should bring to an exam session:http://www.arrl.org/what-to-bring-to-an-exam-session. Call Mike, N9GHZ, at (715) 321-0242, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org, ifyou have any other questions, or if you wish to pre-register for the testsession