BT&P organizes twice a year exams in the field of radio communication for Curaçao and Bonaire. The courses prior to the exam are intended for obtaining the certificate VHF Maritime communication, General Operator's Certificate Marcom-A (GOC), Restricted Operator's Certificate Marcom-B (ROC) or the Radio amateur authorization (N and C).
The dates of the course and exams are previously announced in the newspaper. For information on the next course and exams contact the secretariat of the radio exam commission on +(599-9) 463-1700, contact person Mrs. Guisbelle Tokaay or Mrs. Raissa Jesurun, or via e-mail to Radioemail@example.com.
You can also directly enroll here by filling in the Registration form Radio exam.
Fees for radio exams
There are costs associated with the registration for the radio exams. In order to participate in the exam the candidate must also pay the exam fee upon registration. After the exam fee has been paid, the candidate will receive a written invitation for the exam.
|Exam VHF maritime communication certificate||NAF. 50.00|
|Exam Restricted Operator’s Certificate - Marcom - B
(Restricted Operator’s Certificate)
|Exam General Operator’s Certificate - Marcom - A
(General Operator’s Certificate)
|Amateur Radio Operator’s Exam for licenses N||NAF. 75.00|
|Amateur Radio Operator’s Exam for licenses C||NAF. 75.00|
In case of failure to pay, the registered candidate will not be able to participate in the exam. Payment of this fee must be fulfilled before the final date of payment as published by BT&P. Fees are not refundable if the candidate withdraws or fails to show up at the exam.
You may pay the examination fee at the cashier of Bureau Telecommunicatie en Post or through Maduro & Curiel’s Bank, bank account number 13302608, stating your name and the exam that you register for.
You must send a copy of your payment or proof of deposit to BT&P, by e-mail to Radiofirstname.lastname@example.org, by fax to +(599-9) 736-5265 or you can drop it off personally at the BT&P office, Beatrixlaan 9, Willemstad Curaçao.