Scan_Pic0001I haven’t blogged in a few weeks.  Work has kept me busy and I’m still making solid progress on the new basement ham shack, home office, podcast studio and just general all-round man-cave.  I’ll try to get an update on the new ham shack published soon.  However, I wanted to take some time to write a quick blog post to tell you about some really fantastic news.  A friend of mine and fellow club member, Stu Turner W0STU debuted his HamRadioSchool.com license course system today.

The HamRadioSchool.com license course is an integrated learning system, combining the best of proven traditional methods with new media to provide an overall learning experience never experienced before in amateur radio. 

The Book – The HamRadioSchool.com Technician License Course, is honestly the missing book we’ve been looking for.  This material contains more than just the public domain questions.  When used, the student will actually learn and not just memorize. 

The Website – The HamRadioSchool.com interactive website offers a fun and highly informative electronic magazine for new hams.  New features and new content will be introduced frequently. 

The Apps – The HamRadioSchool.com tablet and smart phone apps provide book-coordinated question pool quizzes and full exam practice from anywhere and at anytime.   The HamRadioSchool app will also track progress to ensure the student sees all of the pool questions and remembers areas of weakness so you know exactly where you need to focus your attention.

Yes there are other study materials and methods available, however these often encourage memorization and leave the student without truly understanding the content.  The HamRadioSchool.com Technician License Course material promotes true understanding with simplicity in an easy to follow program. 

If you are interested in earning your US FCC Technician class amateur radio license, skip the rest and go for the best!  Please visit the HamRadioSchool.com website to learn more about the program.

Until next time…

73 de KD0BIK

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2 Responses to HamRadioSchool.com

  1. Your videos regarding KX3 subjects have been a big help to me. You do a great job. I am a retire engineer and I was production manager and video editor for a cable TV program for 6 years. I know how much effort goes into your programs. Keep up the good work. Jim K5 HTK

  2. Thank you Jim. I do enjoy the video, blogging and podcasting. Thanks for watching, reading and listening.


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