Anchorage ARC VEC expands remote testing outside Alaska

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  1. AL6I

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    The Anchorage Amateur Radio Club Volunteer Examiner Coordinator has expanded our remote testing program to applicants outside Alaska. Please read the following blog post with more information:

    https://kl7aa.org/remote-testing-expanded/

    73,
    Brandin S. Hess - AL6I
    Chairman, Anchorage ARC VEC
     
  2. K4AGO

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    Canada? I'm not sure I understand the reasoning behind testing in Canada.
     
  3. AL6I

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    This allows for folks that are working in Canada with a U.S. mailing address to be given an opportunity to get an amateur radio license without having to make the trip, or for a VEC to send a testing team to them. Other VEC organizations are already doing testing overseas for U.S. amateur radio licenses. Hope that answers your question.
     
  4. KE8GKO

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    Due to State quarantine in Ohio for Corona Virus, are these types of remote testing going to be allowed?

    KE8GKO
    Jody
     
  5. KN0JI

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    Hey, Brandin, how can I become an accredited AARC VEC proctor? I'm a VE with ARRL-VEC and W5YI-VEC.

    Thanks,
    Noji Ratzlaff KNØJI
     
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