Train The Trainer

Summary Report

 

I like to...

build yagi antennas.

 

I like to...

launch weather balloons.

 

I like to...

do SOTA activations.

 

I like to...

build WSPR transceivers.

 

I like to...

build my own transceiver.

 

I like to...

solder transceiver kits.

 

I like to...

work DX.

 

I like to...

learn about the radio industry.

 

I like to...

win contests.

 

I like to...

operate HF with friends.

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What is Train the Trainer?

Train the Trainer is a platform where young amateur radio enthusiasts and youth coordinators can exchange their ideas and experiences on how to get more young people involved in the hobby. As part of the programme, IARU youth committees submit a report every two months, featuring the activities and events they have done since the last report, their ideas for the future, the problems they face and much more. Other youngsters can then read these reports on the website and comment on them. This way youngsters can learn from each other and are motivated to spread the hobby of amateur radio among young people in their respective countries.
The name “Train the Trainer” stems from the idea that the platform will educate youngsters on the best methods to train new youngsters so they can become licensed amateur radio operators as well and so grow the number of young amateur radio “trainers”. Furthermore Train the Trainer will help in connecting youngsters who are active in youth work so they can organise events across borders and collaborate on events such as sub-regional YOTA events.

The report

Anybody can submit a report to Train the Trainer. Apart from the report every 2 months, reports about specific events such as sub-regional YOTA events, JOTA events and others are very welcome. The report should feature a number of things:

  • The activities and events you have done since the last report and how young people
    responded to them
  • Your plans for the next 2 months and in the longer term
  •  The problems you are facing in getting new youngsters into amateur radio
  •  If any new youngsters were licensed since the last report.
  • Your amateur radio social media pages, websites, etc.
  • Pictures and videos which we could post on the official ham-yota social media pages.
  • Any powerpoint presentations, posters, manuals and more you use to train new
    youngsters

How to submit

To submit your report, simply send it to [email protected], the Train the Trainer team will then post it on the website. The 2 month deadline is on the 15th of every second  month. You can see when the next deadline is on the countdown below.

Summary report

The first Train the Trainer reports were submitted 2 months after the YOTA camp in South Africa ended. The reports give an interesting insight into the youth work going on in a number of countries in IARU Region 1. Many teams presented their experiences and the things they… Read more

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Team Slovakia

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Team Hungary

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Team Bulgaria

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Team Great Britain

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Team South Africa

Team Norway

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