ARRL

Resources for License Instruction

Here's a colllection of resources to help you with your instruction of Amateur Radio license exam preparation.

You'll find ARRL publications, as well as other ARRL materials, such as graphics files from our publications, availalble for you to download and incorporate in your instructional materials.

You'll also find resources that have been developed and shared by other instructors. There are articles that offer helpful advice from experienced instructors on how to prepare to teach and how to organize your course and ideas for offering instruction in varying formats.

We have provided additional reference material on specific topics that will be useful to you as an instructor and to your students, who may want some extra explanation about some of the topics presented while preparing for a license exam.  You’ll find math tutorials, tutorials on scientific notation and a host of other links to reference materials you can employ in your instruction or direct your students to.

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  • ARRL Resources

    ARRL publications and materials for license preparation study and instruction. Learn More

  • Getting Organized

    These ideas from experienced instructors will help you plan your course syllabus and format. Learn More

  • Teaching and Study Aids

    Find free resources developed and shared by other instructors. Learn More

  • Exam Practice Aids

    Students benefit from exam practice before walking into an exam session. Learn More

  • FCC Question Pools

    The official FCC amateur radio license exam question pools. Learn More

  • Teach & Train New Hams

    Ideas for post license instruction to help get new hams get on the air. Learn More

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