Help: Apply for examiner accreditation renewal

This service is available only for accredited examiners.

Step 1

You must provide your examiner accreditation number, amateur number, as well as your date of birth. This is to ensure that you are the holder of a valid amateur certification and that you are an accredited examiner. Your examiner number can be found on your letter of accreditation and your amateur number can be found on your certificate.

Your examiner accreditation must be active or recently expired. If it has been expired for more than 3 years then you will have to apply for a new accreditation instead.

Step 2

Confirm that the information displayed is correct, complete the mandatory fields and click the "Submit" button to submit your request to us. If any of the information is incorrect then you should contact us to make the necessary corrections.

The values for Disclose phone number 1 and 2 will show "Public" if you have indicated that your phone number(s) should appear in the public Accredited examiner search, otherwise the value(s) will show "Private".

You may attach a scanned copy of your "Signed" attestation form. Click the "Browse" button in order to select the desired file. If you do not upload a copy of the form we require that you fax or mail a copy to the Amateur Radio Service Centre (ARSC).

You must also enter the club call sign of your sponsoring club. You can click the "Verify Club" button to validate that the call sign entered refers to the intended club.

Step 3

A confirmation page is displayed including a confirmation number which you can print and keep for your records. Use this confirmation number to refer to this request in case you need assistance.

Your request will be reviewed by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and a letter of accreditation will be mailed to you upon approval. You may be contacted for further information before your request is approved.

Service: Apply for examiner accreditation renewal (Requires login)