VEC Exam Locations

Atlanta Area Amateur Radio VEC Exam Locations

ARRL-VEC

Exams Offered: All Elements

4th Monday every month.  6:30pm  Walk ins are permitted
Paulding County Chamber of Commerce
455 Jimmy Campbell Parkway (Lower Level)
Dallas, GA 30132

Exam fee: $15

Contact: Elden Morris, N1MN
E
-mail:  n1mn@att.net
Phone
: 770-713-4403


CAVEC-VEC

Exams Offered: All Elements

3rd Saturday of every month.  9:00am.  Walk ins are permitted.
Marietta LDS Church

95 Holt Rd.
Marietta, GA, 30068

Exam fee is $14.00.

Contact: David Still  WB4RRD
770-565-8723 (home), 404-630-1540 (cell)

 

Exams Offered: All Elements

Saturday June 6th, 2014, 12:00pm (Hamfest Testing Session)
Jim Miller Park
2245 Callaway Rd
Marietta, GA 30008

Exam fee $15.00

Contact: Hamfest Exam Testing Information


W5YI-VEC

This service is provided to the disabled on an as needed basis. If you are disabled and wish to take the exam for a new license or to upgrade an existing license, we can accommodate you. Please contact me and we can put together a VE team of three examiners to come to your location to administer the exam. All other exam requirements must be completed. I need at least two weeks notice to set up the exam session.

For all Atlanta Area VEC sessions you can visit the Georgia Section ARRL


These requirements must be met for an exam to be administered:

“When no photo ID is available, the candidate must present any two of the following items:
  • Non-photo ID/driver’s license (some states still have them);
  • Social Security Card (as FCC now requires each applicant to supply a taxpayer ID number)
  • Birth certificate (must have the appropriate seal);
  • Minor’s work permit or school report card;
  • Utility bill, bank statement or other business correspondence that specifically names the person; or
  • Postmarked envelope addressed to the person at his or her current mailing address as it appears on the Form 605.”
Even a video game magazine or Boy Scout Boy’s Life magazine addressed the the child will serve as one of the two required IDs.  Even a school year book can provide photo proof of the child being tested.  Even school report cards can be used. Anything else of a similar nature that demonstrates child’s identity and residence.  By being accompanied by his or her parent does not satisfy the rule.


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