Amateur Radio Training
Radio Amateur of Canada (RAC) has online training that can be completed from home. Once you have completed the training and are ready to take the exam, please contact our training coordinator to set up an exam session.
To find out more or to sign up for training follow this link:
Radio Amateur of Canada - Amateur Radio Courses
Who do I contact to write my exam?
Please email: Yvon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What do I need?
It is recommended that students should have in their possession the Seventh Edition of the RAC Study Guide for the Basic Exam, which can be purchased online at: http://www.rac.ca. The cost of purchase is $50.00 plus tax & shipping. There are also special packages which are optional and which include the RAC Operating Manual and a six-month trial membership in RAC.
Another recommended but optional reference is the the student manual from Coax publication at https://www.coaxpublications.ca. If a student has already purchased the Sixth Edition of the RAC Study Guide instead, it is OK.
If a student has a computer with access to the internet, it is strongly recommended that they download practice exams from the Industry Canada web site: http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/025.nsf/eng/h_00040.html
Where do I train?
All training has now moved to online format. However, exams may be provided in person.
How does the Licensing exam work?
The exam is made up of 100 multiple choice questions taken from a database of 958 questions .
Basic Passing Grade = 70%
HF Privileges = 80%