Education and Training
A few years ago the Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club (MDARC) and the Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) informally joined together to form the MDARC/SATERN Volunteer Instructional Team. The MDARC/SATERN Volunteer Instructional Team’s initial focus has been to provide amateur radio license instructional courses that help people in our community earn their desired amateur radio licenses. During these past few years more than 300 people from our community have earned their desired amateur radio Technician class, General Class and Extra Class licenses. In 2014 the MDARC/SATERN Volunteer Instructional Team added Auxiliary amateur radio courses to its services for our community’s amateur radio operators. In 2015 Emergency Preparedness courses for the amateur radio community were added.
The MDARC/SATERN Volunteer Instructional Team is composed of various volunteers from MDARC, SATERN and other organizations that volunteer to lead in-class discussions for our amateur radio students. These in-class discussion leaders are supported by various members from MDARC and the SATERN organizations that volunteer as Elmers. As Elmers, we support the in-class discussion leaders and help the students earn their desired amateur radio licenses.
As the MDARC/SATERN Volunteer
Instructional Team’s program offerings grow, the team needs additional help
from existing licensed amateur radio operators.
Please contact John Primus, AF6RJ, at email@example.com
to join the team’s various instructional and support positions so that each of us
can “give something back to amateur radio”.
See our 2017 Class schedule and other details on our Classes - 2017 page.