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Name SPCL-AUXCOMM Auxiliary Communications Workshop : ( SPCL-AUXCOMM)
Description This workshop is designed for the amateur radio/auxiliary communicator or group who provides emergency communications backup support for planned or unplanned events at a State/Territory, Tribal, regional, or local level. This offering is designed for amateur radio operators/organizations who work with public safety and cross-disciplinary emergency response professionals and coordination/support personnel with an amateur radio background. The request and conduct of this course will be under the auspices of the Statewide Interoperability Coordinator (SWIC). Volunteer emergency communications operators/groups in the amateur radio service have been providing back-up communications to public safety for nearly 100 years. They are used by event planners, public safety officials and emergency managers at all levels of government. Often, amateur radio services have been used reliably when other forms of communications have failed or have been disrupted. Today nearly all the States/Territori
PreRequisite IS-100 IS-200, IS 700 and IS-800
Target Audience
Additional Information Main Building, with the flags out front, Room 302 on the third floor. Day 1: 1600-2000 Day 2: 0800-1700 Day 3: 0800-1700 Class size limited to 30 individuals who have been approved to attend in advance of the course.
Location Treasure Coast Pub. Safety Training Cen
Address 4600 Kirby Loop Rd.
Fort Pierce 34981
Indian River
Region 5

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Date Friday, Nov 04, 2022 - Sunday, Nov 06, 2022
Point of Contact Joan Rivera
(772)-462-7965  
jorivera@irsc.edu
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NameCountyOrganization
Matthew HaywoodColumbia Columbia County ARES
Hayden KaufmanMarion Marion County ARES
Donald ChambersIndian River Other-Indian River
Gary WebsterIndian River Other-Indian River
Brian GibsonMartin Martin County Emergency Management
Lawrence MonroeLake Other-Lake
Jean C. VelezDuval Other- Duval
Robert GordonMarion Other-Marion / Marion County ARES
Domenick MurabitoLake Other-Lake
Ricky DeLucoBrevard Brevard County ARES
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NameCountyOrganization
Gray MoffettMarion Other-Marion