NOARC is pleased to be able to offer training classes throughout the year. Not only do we offer technical sessions one night each month but we also have skilled trainers to provide technician, general, and extra class training sessions (as demand requires).
On the fourth Thursday of each month @ 7:00 PM NOARC presents “Tech Night”. In each tech night session one of our club members presents a session on different topics to help everyone broaden the knowledge of amateur radio.
Interested in getting your start in amateur radio? Want to upgrade from technician to general, or even extra, NOARC has you covered! If you’re interested in attending one of our classes, contact us to let us know you’re interested and we’ll contact you once a class at your desired license level is scheduled.
NOARC will offer classes for the amateur radio Technician license in March and April 2019. Classes will be held on four Tuesday nights from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM, starting on 26 March and continuing through 16 April. The location for the classes is the Niceville campus of the Northwest Florida State College, Student Services Center (Building 400), Room 306. Classes are free but students are expected to acquire the textbook (The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual, Fourth Edition). No previous electronic experience is required. An examination for the license will be conducted following the four classes. Morse code is not required to obtain the license. For further information, please email Mike Behr at the address of W4BZM@arrl.net.
Date: Following the above class. Time and date will be posted here.
Open Session. Walk-ins welcome.
Contact Craig Ross Young, KK4WDQ
Live Oak Baptist Church
4565 Live Oak Church Rd.
Crestview, FL 32539