1. Log at least 25 amateur radio stations showing details of date, time, call sign, frequency, readability and location.
2. Demonstrate how to tune a simple receiver.
3. (a) Know the more commonly used HV and VHF amateur frequency bands and explain in simple terms how radio waves travel around the world
(b) Demonstrate a knowledge of DTI recommended code of practice and the reasons for reserved channels.
4. (a) Know the International phonetic alphabet and define at least 8 international Q code signals and show an ability to recognise call signs from the UK or near continent,
(b) Show a knowledge of the 'ten codes' used and discuss their advantages and disadvantages.
5. Understand the regulations governing the use of amateur radio equipment.