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New exam online booking system

| October 8, 2021

Following our announcement last week, the new exam online booking system is now live. On the first page you choose whether you are an individual who wants to book a remote invigilation exam, or a club that wants to book an exam for candidates at the club premises. Clubs will be able to choose whether […]

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Resumption of face-to-face exams

| October 1, 2021

Face-to-face exams in RSGB registered exam venues have been suspended during the past 18 months when clubs were unable to meet in-person due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time over 6,800 candidates have taken remote-invigilation online exams through self-training and/or distance learning. Now that Covid-related social-distancing restrictions are ending, clubs can meet again and […]

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Foundation Practical Assessments

| October 1, 2021

The mandatory Foundation level practical assessments have been suspended during the past 18 months when clubs were unable to meet in-person due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This has allowed over 4,500 candidates to take the remote-invigilation online Foundation exam through self-training and/or distance learning. Now that Covid-related social-distancing restrictions are ended, clubs can meet again […]

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District Representatives wanted for Norfolk

| October 1, 2021

There are currently vacancies for permanent District Representatives in Region 12 to cover District 122 (Norfolk)  and District 123 (Essex South). If you would be interested in representing the RSGB and supporting local amateurs in that area, please contact the Region 12 Representative: David De La Haye, M0MBD 01234 481412 rr12@rsgb.org.uk

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Board meeting key messages – 25 Sep

| October 1, 2021

Longer-term financial review The Board reviewed the Society’s financial position and considered a number of areas where the use of financial reserves could potentially improve services to members and the amateur radio community. These will be further pursued in the next few months and reflected in the financial budget for 2022. Queens Jubilee 2022 A […]

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November deadline for EMF compliance checking

| October 1, 2021

The new Ofcom EMF regulations require compliance checking for all stations operating at above 110MHz from 18 November. The RSGB EMF web page contains links to the requirements as well as tools and advice to help radio amateurs to comply. Two new additions have been added to this web page: A new Pre-Assessed Equipment Configuration […]

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