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How to enroll in an ARRL online course:

Before registering please review the information provided on our online course overview page where you will find FAQs, Policies for Online Courses and full course descriptions.

Register - To register you must be logged in to the ARRL website, as either a member or guest, by using the "Login" button on the top of each page (or click here). If you are not already a member or guest you can set up an online account

  • To register scroll down and select the appropriate course

Withdraw - To withdraw from an online course submit the form below:

Technical Support - To get help with registration, login, or other questions:

Online Course Schedule

Scroll down for information on each course. For a full description of each course refer to the online course catalog


Course Number Course Name

EC-001

and

EC-001-S

Introduction to Emergency Communication

Course Overview:

  • EC-001 courses follow the schedule listed in the Registration section below. To learn more about the course, including pre-requisites, click here
  • The traditional EC-001 course is offered in an on-demand format and can be started and completed at any time, and students have access to an experienced mentor. No additional course materials are needed.
  • The self-guided EC-001-S version is offered in an on-demand format and can be started and completed at any time. No additional course materials are needed.
  • Completion of EC-001/EC-001-S is required for completion of the Level 2 portion of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) Emergency Communicator Individual Task Book. To download a free copy of the Task Book: http://www.arrl.org/ares

Registration: 

  • EC-001 Click here to register for EC-001
  • EC-001-S: Click here to register for EC-001-S (self guided, no mentor)

Course Access: After registering students can then access EC-001 and EC-001-S at any time. Click on the link below to go to your Student Course History then click on Enter Course on the right:

If you need assistance with registration contact EAD@arrl.org

EC-016

Public Service and Emergency Communication Management for Radio Amateurs

Course Overview::

  • EC-016 can be taken on-demand at any time. To learn more about the course, including pre-requisites and Application for Final Assessment, click here
  • Completion of EC-016 is required for completion of the Level 3  portion of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) Emergency Communicator Individual Task Book. To download a free copy of the Task Book: http://www.arrl.org/ares

Registration:

Course Access: After registering students can access EC-016 at any time. Click on the link below to go to your Student Course History then click on Enter Course on the right:

If you need assistance with registration contact EAD@arrl.org

PR-101

Public Relations 101 for Radio Amateurs

Course Overview:

  • PR-101 can be taken on-demand at any time. To learn more about the course click here

Registration:

Course Access: After registering students can access PR-101 at any time. Click on the link below to go to your Student Course History then click on Enter Course on the right:

If you need assistance with registration contact EAD@arrl.org