Want to become a Ham:

 

While we do not conduct classes, we do offer free one-on-one Basic and Advanced mentoring.

We have our own approved examiner for certificate testing.

Although no longer required, Code testing is also offered.

 

We offer interesting meetings, so come out, introduce yourself and we will pair you up class buddy.

Basic requirements:

7.1 Age and Nationality

There are no age or nationality restrictions for candidates who wish to take the examinations.

Candidates must provide adequate photo identification to examiners prior to the examination.

7.2 Physical Disabilities

No candidates may be exempted from being tested for any of the qualifications of the Amateur Radio Operator Certificate.

Candidates who have physical disabilities which prevent them from completing examinations in the normal manner should discuss their situation with their examiner to determine whether an accommodated testing procedure may be considered. The examiner may require medical evidence from a practicing medical physician.

7.3 Language

When a candidate fails a written examination because their normal language of use is neither English nor French, or because academic limitations restrict the ability to read the questions properly, the examiner may administer an oral examination.

Additional Information:

Spectrum Management and Telecommunications

Amateur Certification Fact Sheet http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf01862.html

RIC-3 Information on the Amateur Radio Service http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf01008.html