Other Bay Area Clubs That Offer Classes

EDITOR’S OPINION: At MARS we favor the traditional class structure, where students learn the license material over several weeks. Our experience has shown that this makes for a more knowledgeable licensee. That is why we teach the traditional classes that we do. We nevertheless recognize that there may be individuals that cannot, or are unwilling to, devote the time necessary to attend a multi-week class. There are other methods to learn how to pass the exam. As long as the candidate learns the material, and has mentoring available when licensed, it’s OK. ( R. Jenkins, KA6BQF Editor)

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East Bay Amateur Radio Club (EBARC) offers traditional Technician and General license classes in conjunction with the West Contra Costa School District, Adult Education. The school district does charge a registration fee. Contact: Ken Fowler ko6no@comcast.net

Mt. Diablo Amateur Radio Club (MDARC), in conjunction with the Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN), offer traditional Technician, General, and Extra license classes in East Contra Costa County. MDARC 2016 Classes Sign up with an email to: HamRadioClass@gmail.com.

Sonoma Mountain Repeater Society (SMRS) offers one-day get your license sessions, where you are given test questions and answers, and tested the same day. (Ham-Cram).

Benicia Amateur Radio Club (BARC) offers one-day get your license sessions, BARC One-Day Class, where you are given test questions, and are tested the same day. (Ham-Cram).

San Francisco AERO offers one-day get your license sessions, where you are given test questions, and are tested the same day. (Ham-Cram). AERO One-Day Class.

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Last Updated: 04/04/2016