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Additional Places Opened for ARRL Centennial Convention Courses:

from The ARRL Letter on May 29, 2014
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Additional Places Opened for ARRL Centennial Convention 'Thursday Training Track' Courses:

ARRL Centennial Convention Program and Forum Chairman Dan Henderson, N1ND, announced this week that additional places have been made available for some ARRL Centennial Convention "Thursday Training Track" courses on July 17 -- the Convention's opening day. Registration for other courses is reaching its limit, he added.

"The 'Contest University,' 'DX University,' and 'Public Service Communications Academy' already have maxed out their original 100-participant caps," Henderson said. "We have opened additional seats in all three of those tracks."

Henderson said the "RFI-101," "Leadership and Training Tools for Amateur Radio," and "Introduction to Amateur Satellites" classes now are more than half full. He encouraged anyone interested to register soon, in order to assure a place in the class.

Prospective students will not be able to register at the convention for any Thursday Training Track courses. "It is advanced registration only for Thursday," he said. All convention registrants who sign up for a Thursday Training Track may attend the luncheon, which will be held in the ARRL Centennial Ballroom. The luncheon is included as part of the registration fee. Thursday's lunch will feature ARRL First ARRL Vice President, Rick Roderick, K5UR.

A listing of all ARRL Centennial National Convention forums and presenters is available on the ARRL website.


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