Below are resources developed by Emergency Communcations Field Instructors that are shared for others to use as a foundation for instruction. You may download them and adapt them for your use. Modify them to add content relevant to your community. You may contact the author if you have any questions.
When using and adapting these materials, please remember to include an ARRL registered copyright statement in the introduction.
Printed Course Material
The printed course transcript for the new Introduction to Emergency Communication course is now available. This may be used as a student study text for field classroom instruction.
Updates, Error Correction and Supplementary Material to Printed Course Material. Publications of AREC course content are not updated as frequently as the online courses. You'll find links to audio and video files referenced in the course as well as any recent updates to the course content on our Product Notes page.
John (Jack) Tiley Jr. AD7FO of Spokane County ARES/RACES is developing new instructional materials for the 2011 release of ARRL's Introduction to Emergency Communications course. You may contact him at email@example.com for a copy of the materials in development.
Please send your class roster to ARRL Continuing Education Program upon completion of your class. Please indicate which students have met all requirements to complete your course, and indicate course evaluations you have received from students that youu will be returning to us.
To download a copy of the class roster form, click here.
Use this form to ask students for valuable feedback about your course and the format of instruction.
To download a copy of the Field Class Evaluation Form.