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					             COST BREAKDOWN                             Duration: 2 days including 24 hours of instruction
                                                        Class Schedule: 8:00am to 8:00pm for Sat/Sun Class
                                                                                                                   North Central Institute
              Course:                     FCC105
        Semester Hours:                    1 SH

      NCI Application Fee:                  $ 50
                                                                Saturday         Elements 1 & 3
              Tuition                       $ 500
                                                                 Sunday        Element 3 Cont. & 8
         Textbook Rental:                   $ 20
FCC Written Exams for Elements             $ 150
           1, 3 & 8:                                   DATES (Sat/Sun)                     REGISTRATION/      Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
           Total to NCI:                   $ 720                                           DEADLINE
                                                                                                                                Elements 1, 3 & 8
Students Total to NCI, with 100%           $ 470       April 14-15, 2012                   April 6, 2012
        TA ($720-$250):
                                                       July 14-15, 2012                    July 6, 2012
                                                       October 20-21, 2012                 October 12, 2012
     Prices are subject to change without notice
                                                       January 19-20, 2013                 January 11, 2013
       All fees must be paid in US currency
NCI accepts cash, money orders, Visa, & MasterCard

                                                             *Class is subject to change without notice*
                                                                                                                              Element Descriptions
                                                                                                              Element 1: (Maritime Rules & Regulations) includes: basic
                                                                                                              radio definitions, operational procedures, priority of
                                                                                                              communications, antenna requirements, station logs,
                                                                                                              inspections and other basic items.

                                                                                                              Element 3: (Electronics, Radio &Antenna Fundamentals)
                                                                                                              includes: radio practices, electrical principles, circuit
                                                                                                              components, practical circuits, signals and emissions,
                                                                                                              antennas & feed lines and radio wave propagation.
                                                                    North Central Institute                   Element 8: (RADAR Endorsement) includes: theory, radar
                                                                                                              practices related to servicing ship radar equipment.
                                                                           (NCI)
                                                                          168 Jack Miller Blvd.
          NCI is a privately owned post-secondary                     Clarksville, TN 37042
                                                                                                                       168 Jack Miller Blvd.
          educational institution, accredited by the
          Council on Occupational Education, 7840                   Located across from Gate 1
                                                                                                                       Clarksville, TN 37042
          Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325,                                                                           Phone 931.431.9700
          Atlanta, GA 30350                                                  931-431-9700
          Telephone: 770-396-3898
                                                                                                                            admissions@nci.edu
          Fax: 770-396-3790
                                                                           admissions@nci.edu                                  www.nci.edu
ELKINS INSTITUTE (EI) is a Commercial
                                                             Program Objective: To provide students with the skill
Operator License Examination Manager (COLEM),
                                                            and knowledge needed to become FCC licensed in any
as authorized by the Federal Communications
                                                            or all of these Elements: 1 , 3 & 8. On-site exams are
Commission, and has offered training classes for            given in the classroom upon course completion, and are
over 40 years.                                              provided by EI.                                                Ship Radar Endorsement (Element 8)
NCI has an agreement with EI, as a FCC examiner                                                                            The Ship Radar Endorsement may be placed only on
for all elements, and is authorized to conduct                                                                             General Radiotelephone Operator Licenses (GROL),
classes for Elements 1, 3 & 8 and has maintained a                                                                         GMDSS Radio Maintainer Licenses, First or Second Class
pass rate for its students of over 90% for many                                                                            Radiotelegraph Operators Certificates. Only persons
                                                                                                                           whose commercial radio operator license bears this
years.
                                                                                                                           endorsement may repair, maintain, or internally adjust
                                                                                                                           ship radar equipment. In order to be eligible for this
                                                                                                                           endorsement, you must:
                                                                                                                           Hold (or qualify for) a First or Second Class
  Career environments for FCC-license holders in                                                                           Radiotelegraph Operators Certificate (T-1 or T-2),
  Elements 1, 3 & 8 include:                                                                                               GMDSS Radio Maintainers License or General
                                                                                                                           Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL).
  AM, FM television and international broadcast stations     General Radiotelephone Operator License
                                                                                                                           Pass a written examination (Element 8) covering special
  Aircraft radio stations that use other than Very High      (Elements 1 & 3)                                              rules applicable to ship radar stations and the technical
  Frequency (VHF)                                                                                                          fundamentals of radar and radar maintenance procedures.
                                                             This license is required to adjust, maintain, or internally
  Auxiliary broadcast stations                               repair transmitters in the aviation, maritime and             Element Eight - 50 Questions (passing = 38 correct or
                                                             International fixed public radio services. In addition to     better).
  Civil Air Patrol stations, on other than VHF
                                                             all of the operating authority of the Marine Radio
  Aircraft Stations and Aeronautical Ground Stations that    Operator Permit, it also permits operation of maritime
  communicate with aircraft                                                                                                Marine Radio Operator Permit (Element 1)
                                                             land or ship radio stations operating with more than 1,
  International fixed public radio telephone and             500 watts Peak Envelope Power (PEP). A candidate must         This license is required to operate radiotelephone stations
  radiotelegraph stations                                    be a legal US resident able to speak in English and pass      aboard certain vessels that sail the Great Lakes, aboard
                                                             two written examinations (Elements 1 & 3), one covering       large ships and vessels that carry passengers for hire,
  Avionics component repair, on all aircraft                                                                               aboard vessels that operate (sideband) on medium or high
                                                             basic radio law and operating procedures and the other
  Two-way land mobile radio equipment used by police,        covering electronics fundamentals and techniques              frequencies and certain aviation and coast radiotelephone
  fire departments and rescue squads, truckers, state and    required to repair and maintain radio transmitters and        stations. A candidate for the MOP must be a legal US
  federal government agencies                                receivers. The GROL, which replaced the old first and         resident, able to receive and transmit in English and pass a
                                                                                                                           written examination (Element 1). This license is valid for
  Coast and ship radio stations                              second-class Radiotelephone license on June 15, 1984, is
                                                                                                                           5 years.
                                                             now issued as a lifetime license. Element One - 24
                                                             Questions (passing = 18 correct or better); Element
                                                             Three - 76 Questions (passing = 57 correct or better).




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