Oregon ACES obtains AC1ES callsign

Today, the FCC granted Oregon ACES the vanity club callsign of:


AC1ES

Technician License Class

ACES is sponsoring a free Technician License Class in Lincoln City, Friday, April 16 from 6-9pm and Saturday, April 17 from 8-5.  The course will cover everything you need to know to take the test, and will provide an examination opportunity at 5pm on Saturday.

The instructor is Daron Wilson, N7HQR.  All participants will receive an ACES Certificate of Participation if they pass the test.

Event Date: 
Friday, April 16, 2010 - 18:00
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ACES program is presented to OEMA

Daron Wilson (N7HQR) represented Oregon ACES today in a presentation to the Oregon Emergency Management Association (OEMA). He presented an overview of our program and directed the audience to the website for more information.  The presentation at the meeting has already generated some additional feedback on the basic course outline, adding to the growing list of emergency managers who have contributed to the project.

Presentation at SeaPac

There will be an Oregon ACES presentation at SeaPac on Saturday from 1300-1430 in the "Sea Mist" room.  Hope to see everyone there!

We will cover the details of the program, pass around some sample course materials, and of course announce dates and locations where you can take the class.

Event Date: 
Saturday, June 5, 2010 - 13:00
Type: 
Meeting
Location: 
Seaside Convention Center - Sea Mist Room
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Basic Certification Draft Published

Oregon ACES has published its proposed Basic Certification curriculum outline, including the classroom topics and skills demonstration requirements.  Public review and comment is welcomed and encouraged through March 30, 2010.

Mission and Goals Posted

The goals and mission of Oregon ACES is now published.  This is an overview of what we see as the gaps in training and certification, why we are proceeding in this way, and what we plan to do to improve the situation.

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