All Filipinos (starting from 9 years old) are cordially invited to attend the seminar.
When: February 19, 2016 / 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM / Friday
Where: Orchid Hotel Al Mansour, King Abdulaziz Road, Riyadh, KSA
The seminar is a requirement to be able to secure a Certificate of Attendance from Philippine Amateur Radio Association, Inc. (PARA) before filing for an Amateur Radio Operator Licensure Examination in the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).
The Seminar shall cover the following subjects:
ELEMENT II – Rules and Regulations
ELEMENT III – Fundamentals of Electronics and Electricity
ELEMENT IV – Amateur Radio Practice
Q. How Much?
A. 100 SAR (members) / 120 SAR (non-members) / 90 SAR (9 to 18 years old)
Q. What can I get?
A. You’ll get a:
1. Certificate of Attendance and a Free Booklet – So You Want To Be A Ham (Hambook) from Philippine Amateur Radio Association, Inc (PARA)
2. Seminar Certificate (4 CPD credit points) from IECEP-KSA-CRC
Q. What’s next after I’ve attended the seminar?
A. You are now qualified to take Class C or Class D Amateur Radio Operator’s Licensure Exam conducted by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).
Special Candidates – A registered Electronics Engineer or a holder of a valid commercial first radiotelephone operator certificate is qualified to hold an amateur Class “B” provided he shall pass the examination for element II without undergoing the examination for Class “C”. Similarly, a holder of a valid first/or second class commercial radiotelegraph radio operator certificate shall be required to pass the examination for element II only.
Classes of Amateurs
A – Extra Class
B – General Class
C – Technician Class
D – Foundation Class
Q. What are the General Qualifications for Examinees?
A. 1.) A citizen of the Philippine or a citizen of other countries that provide the same privilege extended to Filipino nationals in their country as far as examination is concerned.
2.) At least twelve (12) years old for Class A, B and C. For Class D, the minimum age shall be nine (9) years old provided there is an affidavit of parental consent.
3.) Ability to transmit and/or receive messages either in Filipino, English, or any of the Philippine languages.
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