If you are studying for your technician amateur license or are interested in learning more to obtain your license, then this class is for you. We will cover the topics for the test as a class, and answer questions as we go through the content. You will still need to study on your own, and we recommend using a website like https://hamstudy.org/ or an app like Ham Radio Exam – Tech for iOS and Android. We will supply a printed list of the question pool for those that need to study paper copies. You can also order books from ARRL with questions, answers, and explanations.

 

Class session date:

Saturday February 6, 2021 9:00am – 3:30pm

 

This class is free of charge and is provided by the Lubbock Amateur Radio Club in Lubbock, TX held at the Noble Stidham Memorial Club House at 1108 98th Street, Lubbock, TX 79423.  Snacks and lunch will be provided. Donations to help cover the cost of the food is greatly appreciated but not required.

 

If you have any questions or would like to regiser, email Cliff Colvin K5CV.

Cliff Colvin
K5CV

Treasurer

We will also provide a testing session on February 6, 2021 at the end of the class for any participants that wish to take the exam.

 

What is required: 

                          

Fifteen dollars ($15) for the test fee.

 

1.  One legal photo ID (identification):
           a. State Driver’s License
           b. Government issued Passport
           c. Military or Law Enforcement Officer Photo ID card
           d. Student School Photo ID card
           e. State Photo ID card

 

      2.  If no photo ID is available, two forms of identification:
           a. Non-photo State ID card (some states still have them)
           b. Birth certificate (must have the appropriate seal)
           c. Social security card
           d. Employer’s wage statement or Minor’s work permit
           e. School ID card
           f. School or Public Library card
           g. Utility bill, bank statement or other business correspondence that
               specifically names the person; or a postmarked envelope addressed
               to the person at his or her current mailing address as it appears on
               the Form 605.

      3.  Students/minors without a photo ID need to bring only one of the
           above items if a legal guardian presents their photo ID; otherwise 
           two non-photo IDs are required.
           Minor children (under the age of 18) may be accompanied in the 
          
room by an adult during the test.

      4.  Federal Registration Number (FRN):  VECs are required by the FCC
           to submit your FRN with your license application form.
           New license applicants should create an FCC user account and
           register their Social Security Number (SSN) in the FCC Commission
           Registration System (CORES) before attending exam sessions. 
           Registrants will be assigned an FRN which will be used in all license
           transactions with the FCC. For instructions on how to register your
           SSN and receive an FRN from the FCC, visit the FCC’s Registration
           page and the FCC’s Registration instructions page.

 

 

If you are studying for your technician amateur license or are interested in learning more to obtain your license, then this class is for you. We will cover the topics for the test as a class, and answer questions as we go through the content. You will still need to study on your own, and we recommend using a website like https://hamstudy.org/ or an app like Ham Radio Exam – Tech for iOS and Android. We will supply a printed list of the question pool for those that need to study paper copies. You can also order books from ARRL with questions, answers, and explanations.

 

Class session date:

Saturday February 6, 2021 9:00am – 3:30pm

 

This class is free of charge and is provided by the Lubbock Amateur Radio Club in Lubbock, TX held at the Noble Stidham Memorial Club House at 1108 98th Street, Lubbock, TX 79423.  Snacks and lunch will be provided. Donations to help cover the cost of the food is greatly appreciated but not required.

 

If you have any questions or would like to regiser, email Cliff Colvin K5CV.

 

Cliff Colvin
K5CV

Treasurer

 

We will also provide a testing session on February 6, 2021 at the end of the class for any participants that wish to take the exam.

 

What is required: 

                          

Fifteen dollars ($15) for the test fee.

 

1.  One legal photo ID            (identification):

a. State Driver’s License

b. Government issued   Passport

c. Military or Law Enforcement Officer Photo ID card

d. Student School Photo ID card

e. State Photo ID card

2.  If no photo ID is available, two forms of identification:

a. Non-photo State ID card (some states still have them)

b. Birth certificate (must have the appropriate seal)

c. Social security card

d. Employer’s wage statement or Minor’s work permit

e. School ID card

f. School or Public Library card

g. Utility bill, bank statement or other business correspondence that
specifically names the person; or a postmarked envelope addressed to the person at his or her current mailing address as it appears on the Form 605.

3.  Students/minors without a photo ID need to bring only one of the above items if a legal guardian presents their photo ID; otherwise two non-photo IDs are required. Minor children (under the age of 18) may be accompanied in the 
room by an adult during the test.

4.  Federal Registration Number (FRN):  VECs are required by the FCC
to submit your FRN with your license application form.
New license applicants should create an FCC user account and register their Social Security Number (SSN) in the FCC Commission Registration System (CORES) before attending exam sessions. Registrants will be assigned an FRN which will be used in all license transactions with the FCC. For instructions on how to register your SSN and receive an FRN from the FCC, visit the FCC’s Registration page and the FCC’s Registration instructions page.

 

 

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