ARCCC VE Testing

Event Details

This event is running from 13 September 2014 until 8 September 2029. It is next occurring on 9 July 2022 09:00

  • Venue: Columbia County Emergency Operations Center
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The Amateur Radio Club of Columbia County, Inc. sponsors VE Testing on the second Saturday of Odd Months.

The testing sessions begin at 9 AM local time and are held at the Columbia County Emergency Operations Center located at 650-B Ronald Reagan Drive, Evans, GA 30809. Parking is in the rear of the EOC in the Justice Center Parking Lot highlighted in pink in the photo below. Enter through the EOC Conference Room Door.

What to bring to the Test Session:
Quick List (details are below):
1. Pen and Pencil
2. Government Issued Photo ID
3. $15
4. SSN or FRN
5. Copy of Current “OFFICIAL” License  Printed Out to Submit if upgrading current license
6. Arrive 10 Minutes Early

1. All applicants should bring a pencil, pen or both.

2. All applicants must present a government issued photo identification.  If an applicant is already licensed, he/she must bring a copy of his/her current license to be included in paperwork sent to ARRL/VEC.

3. The fee for testing is $15.00 cash or check made out to ARCCC, Inc.

4. Applicants must submit their FCC Registration Number (FRN) or their Social Security Number (SSN) when completing the Form 605.  It is recommended that all applicants use their FRN.  If you do not have an FRN from another license issued by the FCC, you may register for and receive an FRN prior to taking the exam.  You may register for an FRN here: FCC Registration

5. Copy of current license or a printed out “Official Copy” (not a Reference Copy) of your license to submit with your test if you are upgrading.  You may log into the FCC ULS here to print out an Official Copy of your license to submit with your test.  Reference Copies are not accepted.

6. Applicants should arrive at the testing location approximately 10 minutes early.

An applicant may use a simple calculator (one that cannot store data (ie. formulas).  Scratch paper is provided.