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Author Topic: UK based mentoring required  (Read 216 times)
2E0DED
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« on: December 06, 2018, 06:07:21 AM »

I am looking for someone that will teach me the advanced course, but from distance learning.
yes i know the obligatory answer is to join a club , but thats not possible for my life style.

I realise i will have to piggy back on a club to do the actual exam, but as i dont live near a club and or have use of a club to train at or with. i want someone to teach me the skills needed to pass the exam via the internet.

I work away durring the week and travel all over the shop. i was training at a club, as i was in a long term fixed spot. but i am now traveling around again for the next year or so.

Yes i am will to pay for that persons time and efforts.

looking for online lessons once or twice a week via messenger or skype an hour or two max at a time. loooking at most of the whole of next year in training and tests towards the end of the 2019 year. the Elmer does not have to be UK based but must know, and can deal with me to pass the UK advanced exam.
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K9YLI
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« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2018, 08:10:50 AM »

  I did this   60 years ago..  passed   second phone, first try at  FCC  office.
It was all paper and   mail  in those days.   If you want to   REALLY KNOW electronics,, the course in  broadcast engineering  is the way to go..
It covers everything,,    math, motor s generators,,tubes   transistors,,
But that was 1955.  I suspect it is much updated, although  tubes are still used in  high power broadcast..
http://www.onlinedegreecenter.com/cleveland/

they now  do    internet  training,,  so much faster.
After this training  you can pass any level  test  with your eyes closed..
A step or two above   American   extra class..

Wasn't that expensive either.    $465  total in  1955.. I was making   $.95 an hour at the time.
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KS2G
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« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2018, 01:01:57 PM »

I am looking for someone that will teach me the advanced course, but from distance learning.


Searching for "on line uk advanced class amateur radio course" and "distance learning uk advanced class amateur radio course" produces numerous results.

A few that look good on a quick glance:
 
https://badarc.webs.com/bath-training

http://www.brats-qth.org/training/indexx.htm

https://radiotutor.uk/

http://www.hamblog.co.uk/advanced-amateur-radio-license-bath-distance-learning-course/

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M0GVZ
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« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2018, 01:00:51 PM »

Can second Bath ARC remote learning course. It comes highly recommended by a lot of people.
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M0TTV
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« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2018, 01:33:53 AM »

Can second Bath ARC remote learning course. It comes highly recommended by a lot of people.
I don't think there is one any more. Steve Hartley is busy re-writing the new syllabus and the new textbook.

I just passed the Advanced in September. You don't need an online course. Stick with the official textbook and the QADV programme. Can post links to QADV if needed. I passed with distinction and QADV really helped.
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