final day of registration for ham class is Friday
This a repeat of my previous announcement. There is one more day of online registration for Darby Adult Ed classes. We stand ONE STUDENT SHORT of having enough to make it happen.
I am bringing another amateur radio operator licensing class to Darby, Montana via the Darby Adult Education program in its Spring 2020 schedule. I have not keept track, but think I have personally assisted 40 or 50 people to earning their FCC licenses through my study groups in the Darby library.
The snide saying goes, “Those who CAN, DO. Those who cannot, TEACH”. I’m okay wearing that. Good instructors are as rare as good anything else. I did not choose this calling, blessing or curse. It chose me. Run with your talents.
Every person who has come to all of the class sessions and studied two or more hours between sessions passed the FCC Technician License Exam at the end. You can too. While some had electrical, electronic, mechanical or science backgrounds, most did not.
If you want to print out a copy of the above flier, here is a .pdf of it:
Textbooks are available from instructor for $30 paperback or $33 for spiral bound (save $10.45 shipping). Contact Ted to reserve your copy and have it on the first day of class.
The class schedule:
Welcome to Amateur Radio
FCC, licensing, getting your license
February 1st, 1030-1230, Darby Library
Radio and Signals Fundamentals
February 8th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
Electricity, Components and Circuits
February 15th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
Propagation, Antennas and Feed Lines
February 22nd, 1030-1230, Darby Library
Amateur Radio Equipment
February 29th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
Communicating With Other Hams
March 7th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
March 14th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
March 21st, 1030-1230, Darby Library
March 28th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
FCC License Test Session – Technician, General, Amateur Extra
April 4th, 1030-1130, Darby Library
programming, using your ham radio
April 11th, 1030-1230, Darby Library
practice using your ham radio
April 18th, 1030-1230, Darby Library