Beginning Tuesday, Sep. 6, the ARRL Operator's Class (no exam) will be conducted at the National Electronics Museum (NEM). The course will likely run 10 weeks and cover a variety of topics. Classes start promptly at 1830ET.
Beginning Tuesday, November 8, the ARRL Technician Class (exam follows) will be held at NEM. Classes begin at 1830ET.
Details to follow.
The next Extra Class Course is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. The classes are held weekly on Tuesday evening at the National Electronics Museum, 6:30-9:30PM. The course is free; however, participants must bring their own copy of the ARRL Extra Class License Manual, Tenth Edition.
The course schedule for the rest of the 2015-2016 cycle through June 2016 is expected to have the Extra Class course follow the General Class one now in progress. If time permits in Spring 2016, the Operating Class course (practical applications for Amateur Radio course, no license) will be held.
The General Class License course will begin on Tuesday, November 10. It will be held at the National Electronics Museum, starting at 6:30PM and run for approximately 10 weeks. The course is free, but students must provide their own copy of the current ARRL General Class License Manual. Plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early the first evening for registration.
Starting Tuesday, September 15, 2015, there will be a Technician Class course conducted at the National Electronics Museum. The course is free; students must provide their own copy of the ARRL Technician Class Manual (3rd edition). See the attached file for further details and how to register.
Beginning on April 29, 2014, at 6:30PM, the Operating Class will run for nine (9) weeks. The class is free of charge and is open to all Amateur Radio licensees. Participants should purchase their own copy of the ARRL Operations Class Manual, available via Amazon, HRO, and ARRL.
Expert guest speakers will present some of the course material, which includes: