|Attendance at events hosted by the Rocketry Organization of California (ROC) is AT YOUR OWN RISK. Insurance to cover your rocketry activities is available as a benefit of membership in either the National Association of Rocketry or the Tripoli Rocketry Association. Please note that membership in ROC does NOT include insurance, or any assumption of liability on the part of ROC. ROC membership allows you to fly at all of our launches without paying the daily launch fees, and a few other membership benefits. All attendees at ROC events must check in at REGISTRATION at the launch and sign the ROC Agreement and Liability Release Form to indicate understanding and acceptance of the risk and liability. Spectators and flyers will be given a wristband to indicate that they have registered.|
ROC is able and eager to help all flyers earn their certifications from the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) and the Tripoli Rocketry Association (TRA). For specific requirements, please visit these web sites.
Several ROC members have written some helpful articles on certifying – you can read these on our Advanced Rocketry page (below the Learn menu button.)
To certify for high power, you need to be an insured member of either NAR or Tripoli. You can join online.
Contact Registration for help with your certification flights and the level 2 exam.
For Level 3 NAR Certification, or Level 3 TRA Certification, please use the form below to contact our local L3CC/TAP members.
For schools and youth groups planning to use the NAR Junior Level 1 certification in their program, the program should include staff members who are high power certified by NAR and administer the Junior Level 1 tests prior to launch day. Any certification team member who is Level 1 or above can request and administer the exam-more details here. While ROC continues to administer exams onsite, we are only able to accommodate a small number of test takers onsite but will prioritize level 2 examinations and individuals.