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Radio for the Rest of us.

The workshops cover various types of radios and antennas, and help Attendees perform a "Two-way Radio Needs Assessment" (attached) to help us make recommendations on the equipment that best suits their specific needs.
We also cover and demonstrate how weekly Radio "Safety Nets" help Residents become familiar with using radios, and gain confidence by practicing radio communications skills.
I've also attached some examples of printed materials we've developed to help residents get a GMRS radio license and understand how Neighborhood Radio Watch programs work.
We've posted additional Neighborhood Radio Watch support materials on our web site at

Two-way Radio Needs Assessment.pdfHow To Get Your GMRS License.pdfTri-fold Neighborhood Radio Watch.pdfRadio Safety Nets.pdf