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Sunday, 22 May 2011 20:59

Livingston County VE-Team

Information and Schedule

EXAMS ARE NOW FEE FREE
 

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Livingston County VE-Team
Amateur Radio Examinations

Electronic filing
New call signs on FCC
database usually in less than 48 hrs.

Exam Time & Date
7 PM, Every Second Tuesday, of every 
Month  
 

Location
911 - Central Dispatch office
300 S. Highlander Way, Howell,MI
Look for the big tower.
 

Pre Registration:  not required but appreciated.

For Questions or Pre Registration


VE Coordinator Jim Kvochick, K8JK (810) 220-2098 (Odd Months)

VE Coordinator Bruce Van Dam, N8GVD (313) 999-5547 (Even Months)

 PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING WITH YOU


1. Your current FCC Issued LICENSE
2. A photo-copy of your license
3. All current CSCE's held
4. Photo-copy of currentCSCE's
5. Proof of pre March 1987 Technicians License 
6. A photo-copy of Proof of pre March 1987 Technicians License 
7. Picture I.D. (DRIVERS LICENSE) 
8. Bring "#2" pencils & black or blue pen 
9. Cash, Check, or Money Order for $14.00 made out to Jim Kvochick (Odd Months) or Bruce VanDam (Even Months)

 

 

 ADDITIONAL TESTING IS AVAILABLE

The recent updates to Part 97 Regulations now permit testing to be held without the previously required public announcements. If you can't make the normally scheduled test times, drop us a note and we will attempt to schedule a session with you to accommodate your schedule.

ARECC: Testing for ARRL ARECC Level I, II and III is available at test sessions or by appointment.



 


 

 

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