HAM Radio Webinars Announced

In preparation for the HAM radio examination that NACCHO is offering at the 2014 Preparedness Summit, NACCHO is providing free training opportunities to help you learn more about HAM radio. NACCHO will be hosting a series of webinars designed to educate the preparedness community about HAM radio and prepare them for the examination. In addition, NACCHO is hosting an in-person ‘HAM-Cram’ review session the night before the examination at the Summit to ensure your success! The webinars will be recorded and made available on this page. Register now for these free webinars.

  • Webinar 1: Introduction to Amateur Radio and Preparing for the Examination (Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 4-5pm ET)
  • Webinar 2: Amateur Radio Safety, FCC Rules, Antennas, Station Setup and Operations (Wednesday, Feb. 19 from 4-5pm ET)
  • Webinar 3: Frequencies, Operating Practices, Public Service Communications (Wednesday, March 5 from 4-5pm ET)
  • HAM-Cram: Preparedness Summit 2014 (Wednesday, April 2)
  • Examination: Preparedness Summit 2014 (Thursday, April 3 from 12-4pm)

Read more information about the HAM radio events planned at the 2014 Preparedness Summit

About Andy Roszak

Andrew Roszak serves as the Senior Director for Environmental Health, Pandemic Preparedness and Catastrophic Response at the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Twitter: @AndyRoszak

One thought on “HAM Radio Webinars Announced

  1. January 28, 2014 at 8:37 am

    I’d like to commend NACCHO on this effort.

    If you don’t already know about my No-Nonsense study guides, I’d invite you to consider using them for the “ham cram” session. They are widely used throughout the amateur radio community for both ham cram classes and the more traditional, multi-week amateur radio classes. The Technician Class and General Class study guides are available free of charge from http://www.kb6nu.com/tech-manual.

    I have been teaching one-day Tech classes for many years now quite successfully. For tips on how to be more successful, please read my blog post “Teaching a One-Day Tech Class” at http://www.kb6nu.com/teaching-a-one-day-tech-class/.

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