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HAM RADIO in Emergency Management

March 30 2021, 2 hour WEBINAR 3pm EDT

FEMA Region2 Hosts Ham Radio in Emergency Management Webinar


FEMA Region 2 imagePlease join the Region II National Preparedness Division

for a webinar on how an amateur radio volunteers can be

utilized before, during and after disasters.


Free registration link here


Amateur or “HAM” radio has proven to be indispensable in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Katrina, Michael and Maria. Historically, amateur radio has been a valuable resource in the Response and Recovery phases of many disasters, providing expedient communications when standard public safety and commercial telecommunications infrastructure has been severely impacted or completely overwhelmed. This webinar will discuss the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) and ARES® (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) and how these volunteers can assist emergency managers before, during and after disasters.

Who should attend? Whole community with a particular emphasis on Local, State, and Federal Emergency Managers, CERT Program Leaders, Health Departments, and NGO’s.







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Course material for the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club Spring 2021 Technician License Class is found on
the HARC Website, https://www.humboldt-arc.org/, under the RESOURCES tab and TECHNICIANS CLASS,


FROM:  Don Campbell  (707) 834-0042  ke6hec@arrl.net
Ham Radio Technician License Class Begins March 8, 2021
The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is offering a class to prepare students for the Amateur Radio Technician Class license examination.

The Technician Class license is the entry-level license for Amateur Radio.

The class is free of charge and open to all members of the community.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the class will be conducted as a series of Zoom meetings.

The class will meet for 10 consecutive Mondays from 7:00 to 9:00 PM beginning Monday, March 8, 2021.
The class will introduce radio and electronic fundamentals, tips on operating station equipment, procedures for communicating with other Hams, license and operating regulations and radio safety.

Students are encouraged to purchase the textbook used for the class - ARRL Ham Radio License Manual 4th Edition, available from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL),
http://www.arrl.org/shop/Licensing-Education-and-Training/ $29.95 plus shipping for soft cover or $32.95 plus shipping for spiral bound.

Following the class, the FCC license exam is scheduled for Saturday, May 15, time and location to be determined

To get your Zoom meeting invitation and for more information on the class, contact Don Campbell by email at ke6hec@arrl.net or by phone at (707) 834-0042.
For more information on Ham Radio in Humboldt County, visit the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club website - https://www.humboldt-arc.org/




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The Santa Clara Fire Department offers Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training, a program on how to respond to the effects of an earthquake. This training focuses on how neighbors can help neighbors after an earthquake or disaster. For more information regarding the Santa Clara CERT Program or earthquake preparedness, call 408-615-4940.

To learn how you can register for CERT or find a program near you, please contact your local emergency manager or

FEMA at FEMA-Prepare@fema.dhs.gov

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