R.C.A.R.C.
Training Class Information Page

Page last updated on 07/04/2014


Note: There is no charge for RCARC training classes, however the students are responsible for purchasing the training manual and there  is also a fee to take the FCC examination to get your license. Robertson County Amateur Radio Club does not profit at all from these classes.

We currently do not have any classes planned.
If you are interested in becoming an amateur radio operator, or are already licensed and would like to upgrade, please email
Neil Petersen, our Director of Training at km5vv@robertsoncountyarc.org and provide your
name and contact phone number. In the subject line please put "Interested in Amateur Radio Training Classes".
Neil will respond to your email and let you know when the next class will be scheduled. 
Class scheduling is based on the number of people interested so while there may not be a class scheduled at this time, he can put your name on a contact list to notify you when a class is scheduled.




Technician Class Training
April 20 - May 11, 2013

Robertston County Amateur Radio Club held its first Technician License training class in April/May of 2013. The class was held on four consecutive Saturday mornings from April 20th thru May 11th at the Robertson County Senior Center from 9am till noon. Neil Petersen KM5VV, our Director of Training was the primary instructor for this class. Other members assistrd as Elmers. If you would like to be notified when the next class will begin, please email Neil at km5vv@robertsoncountyarc.org or if you use an email program like Outlook or Thunderbird, you can just click this link.

The class manual was "The ARRL Ham Radio Manual, Second Edition". The manual is available from the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL), Amazon.com and BarnesandNobel.com. Links for these three sites are below. These links take you directly to the page for ordering the manual...no hunting around to find it. For those of you local to our area, the manuals are also reported to be available on the shelf at Barnes and Nobel in Hendersonville, TN.

To order your manuals online click the following links.  Prices vary so you might want to check them all before ordering. Make sure that you are ordering the "Second Edition".  It is a brick red colored cover shown below.

ARRL Order Page

Amazon.com Order Page

Barnes & Nobel Order Page
                
                                                              Eight students started the class on April 20th