For the second time in recent history, the Auxiliary Communications Workshop is being offered in the Oklahoma Section. "This class is designed for those auxiliary emergency communicators and groups who volunteer to provide backup emergency radio communications support to public safety agencies. Typically this includes amateur radio and Radio Emergency Associated Communications Team (REACT) communicators but may include other volunteer emergency communicators. This course focuses on auxiliary communications interoperability the relationship between the COML and the volunteer emergency operations center (EOC) etiquette on-the-air etiquette FCC rules and regulations auxiliary communications training and planning and emergency communications deployment. It is intended to supplement and standardize an operator's experience and knowledge of emergency amateur radio communications in a public safety context." The Office of Homeland Security is offering reimbursement for travel costs to those who are over 60 miles from the class site. The class can be offered every two years. Seating is capped at 30 students. Please visit https://www.ok.gov/homeland/courses/training_event_detail.php?event_id=1588 to enroll. One will need a Homeland Security user name and password. To obtain one, visit https://www.ok.gov/homeland/login/register.php The class, when offered last, was well-attended. Because of the conflict with the Enid Hamfest, however, not everyone was able to attend. This year, the date was carefully chosen to not interfere with ARRL functions in the Section. Please tell your friends of this valuable, yet no cost to the participant, training in the Oklahoma Section.