Ready to upgrade your Technician License to General?
The Baton Rouge Amateur Radio Club is teaching a General Licensing Class in the month of February 2023. The class will be a hybrid format class with 2 in-person Saturday sessions and 3 evening online sessions during the week. There is no cost for the class, and we will follow the ARRL General License curriculum which corresponds with the ARRL General License Manual.
The class schedule is as follows:
Saturday, February 4 – In-person class at Baton Rouge Public Library (Goodwood) 9:30-3:00
Tuesday, February 7 – Online class via MS Teams 6:30-8:00
Tuesday February 14 – Online class via MS Teams 6:30-8:00
Tuesday, February 21 – Online class via MS Teams 6:30-8:00
Saturday, February 25 – In-person class at Baton Rouge Public Library (Goodwood) 9:30-3:00
If you are interested in learning more about the class offering, please contact Joe Roppolo (K5ROP), Director of Training at
Please sign up on Signup Genius at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4BAEA82FA6F4C52-february
For information about future classes, send email to:
Ham Radio, also known as Amateur Radio, is a popular hobby and a service in which licensed participants operate communications equipment, with a deep appreciation of the radio art.
Now you can join this hobby of 700,000 U.S. Ham Radio operators in a course that meets one night per week. Morse code is no longer a requirement for the FCC license, but still very popular. Several other modern communications modes including voice, data, and television are used today. Satellites, the internet, and radios are all part of the hobby now. Join the fabulous, fun hobby of Amateur Radio by registering for a class today.