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The 2472 15th Field Artillery RCACC Amateur Radio Course began on 08 April 2019 and ran regularly on Monday nights from 19:00-22:00hrs. The final exam was conducted on 17 June 2019.
The course format consisted of Power Point presentations, courtesy of VECTOR, Q&A, practice exam questions, and home study.
The final examination for Amateur Radio licensing was conducted by approved members of VECTOR following the established process for Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada license examinations. The participants were examined in the same manner as anyone outside the programme from the general public would be examined.
The examination resulted in two participants passing the examination and four participants not being successful. In discussing the results with the examiners, it was noted that our small group showed a proportional distribution of examination results typical of groups as large as 30 participants. Supplementary rewrite examinations can be scheduled about two weeks after the initial exam for those participants who were close to passing and for those participants who were less successful it was recommended that they attend a follow-up course.
Given that the pass/fail rate is typical of larger groups this project as a proof of concept may be considered a success.

Great job to those who wrote the exam. Congratulations to VE7TKF (Capt Barrett) and VA7EKG (Mrs Patterson) who passed the exam with Basic with Honours and Basic respectively.

Bravo Zulu and Ubique!
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