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How do I get into Ham Radio?

For the new enthusiasts, this section is here to help you find a training course and understand the different licences associated with HAM radio:- Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced.
The quickest and easiest way to find a training course is to contact the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) and ask them for details of your local courses. They will able to advise you about a course or put you in touch with your local instructor ...

The Foundation Licence is aimed at the ordinary person who wants to get on the air after gaining an understanding of the basics of Amateur Radio. Once you've completed basic Morse appreciation, a practical test and a multiple choice pap...

The Intermediate Licence is the next stage up from a Foundation Licence and is the last step before the Advanced Licence. It has replaced the former Novice Licence. There is now only one class of licence as Morse is no longer required. The Int...

This is the highest level of licence that you can obtain. The Advanced (Full) Licence enables you to operate on all the amateur radio bands using the full 400 Watts power allowed.

To gain an Advanced (Full) Licence you must have p...

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