Are you interested in getting your Amateur Radio Certification?
For information from Industry Canada's website, visit http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/radioamateur.e
Registration is now open for the Basic Amateur Radio classes starting on Sept 12, 2022.
Click here to view and register: https://caraham.org/event-4885254
Mark your Calendar for the Basic Classes to start on Sept 12th and will run until Dec 19. (There will be no class on Thanksgiving).
The Advanced Class is scheduled to start on Jan 16 and runs for 16 weeks.
Note that you need to purchase the training books (see below) prior to the class. The Basic class is based on the Canadian Amateur Radio Basic Qualification Study Guide, and the Advanced class is based on the Advanced Qualification Study Guide .
If you have any questions, please Contact the training coordinator at email@example.com .
Meanwhile, there are also other options if you want to get your HAM Certificate on your own.
Here are a few options:
1 - RAC maintains a list of Basic classes and Advanced Classes https://www.rac.ca/amateur-radio-courses/
2 - In addition, there are community provided self-pace training websites that may be of interest.
Is getting an Amateur Radio Certificate difficult?
The Certification testing objectives and practice exams are available on line at the Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada ISED website
The Coax Publications Canadian Amateur Radio Basic Qualification Study Guide includes all information required to pass the current ISED’s exam. The new 4th printing was reprinted and updated for the 2021 study season.
Coax Publications also publishes the Canadian Amateur Radio Advanced Qualification Study Guide (2nd Edition, 2nd Printing). Written to the same high standards as the Basic Study Guide, this book covers all questions in the Industry Canada Advanced Qualification question bank while providing needed context.