What’s an FCC General Radio Operator License + RADAR?

It’s proof of a certain level of electronics know-how. This Federal examination with its implied knowledge is accepted by industry nationwide.

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The FCC and FAA do not currently offer a “Avionics Technician License.”  The FCC offers the(GROL) “The General Radiotelephone Operators License.”

This license is required by the FCC to

  • Fix radios, radars and transponders in modern aircraft. 
  • Oversee unlicensed technicians as they perform radio and radar repair.
  • Get hired in 42 non- Aircraft related industries working on radio or radar equipment

NOTE: Must be eligible to work in the United States & have a 5 Skill Level

COURSE IS BROKEN DOWN IN THE FOLLOWING 2 EASY STEPS

STEP 1:  Written Exam Preparation:

                                     – Designed to help you absorb the necessary material.

                                     – Teaches you the in the most efficient manner possible.

                                     – We achieve this via lecture, self guided study & computer based practice exams.

STEP 2:  The FCC Examinations: 

                                     – You must take and pass 3 FCC Exams  

Class hours

–   Friday at 1800-2000

-Saturday 1000-1300

-Sunday 1000-1300

 

How to apply & course cost!

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U.S military discounted rate-$820 (100% covered by Tuition assistance)

VA Veterans $820

3 Day prep course (non -Mil)-$920

Want to leave aviation maintenance? Get your license and get into the industries below?

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•Aviation
•Mechanical
•Search/Rescue
•Electrical
•Avionics
•Government
•Defense Contracting
•Engineering
•Military (all branches world wide)
•Transportation
•Shipping
•Maritime
•Emergency Services
•Information Technology
•Telecommunications
•Dispatching
•Petroleum (Oil Rigs and related)
•Broadcast Engineer
•Radio Engineer
•2-Way Radio Technician
•Aviation Radio Technician
•Avionics Technician
•Communications Specialist
•Communications Technician
•Field Technician
•Microwave Technician
•Radio Operator
•Radio Systems Specialist
•RF Engineer
•Satellite Systems Engineer
•Telecom Bench Technician
•TV Broadcast Maintenance
•Network/Systems Administrator
•Telecommunications Instructor
•ITS Technician
•Marine Electronics Technician
•Aviation Radar Technician
•Radar Technician

The Avionics Maintenance Technician: “Aviation maintenance employers desire the “complete package” when interviewing prospective Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics.  Possessing the General Radiotelephone Operators License (GROL) with optional Radar Endorsement (RE) will make you that complete package”

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