Emergency Radio Communications
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Date: Thursdays, January 20th - March 10th, 2022
Location: Gardner Campus
A course for everyone who uses or wants to use two-way radios
professionally, for emergency preparedness efforts, or as a hobby.
Public safety professionals such as police officers, firefighters, EMTs,
paramedics, hospital nurses, and more, depend heavily on two-way radios to
request and receive vital information.
More importantly, the radio is the critical link to safety and getting
help. Unfortunately, little if any time
is spent in training academies on how radios work, why they will not work, and
how to resolve communications failure issues on the fly.
The prepper community knows all too well the importance of communications
and they have a large variety radio services to choose from. Learn what radio services best suits the type
of communications needed. Which service
is best, FCC Part 95 CB, MERS, FRS, GMRS products, or a Part 97 Amateur Radio
license? This course will help you sort
it all out.
course, based on the FCC Technician Class Amateur Radio examination
criteria. The material provides answers
and solutions to the questions above. At
the end of the class, students will have an option to take the exam and apply
for a Technician Class License. The
optional exam fee is $15 and the FCC license application fee is $35.
Age 15+ (No Waivers)