The Anchorage ARC Volunteer Examiner Coordinator (VEC) interviewed with Martin Brossman, KI4CFS a couple of days ago. Martin runs his own YouTube channel. He contacted us to learn more about our remote testing effort since COVID-19 popped up.
The interview with our VEC Chairman, Brandin Hess, AL6I, and Anchorage ARC Treasurer, Kent Petty, KL5T, gives a pretty good synopsis of what we are doing and why we are doing it, and also addresses why we feel compelled to use a proctor when we conduct remote exams.
Click here to see the interview.
To apply for remote testing, start here.
To get to Martin’s YouTube Channel an all its contents, click here.
If you can tolerate Kent’s fidgeting for the duration of the interview, about 50 minutes, you might find it interesting. Kent apologizes if it is a bit distracting, but he’s still suffering a bit of restless leg syndrome after recently having both of his knees replaced. Eek!
Anchorage ARC VEC