Op/Voice Information .....

So you want to be a +V in #Beginner?

We are often asked how to become a +V or Op of #Beginner, and while no two people are alike, most of the +V's/@'s selected have similar qualities. #Beginner benefits from people that enjoy spending time in channel, and are able to share their enthusiam about IRC with others. Cordiality, friendliness, and a willingness to learn new skills are also valuable traits.

There is much more involved, of course, but if you are interested in becoming a ranking member, and using your skills to benefit others that visit #Beginner, a good place to start would be to browse through our Tutorials and familiarize yourself with as many of the IRC basics as you can.

If you're not intimidated by the amount of learning that will be taking place, and you are still interested in becoming a part of our +V Program, you might want to test your skills through a little mini-test that Lilbug and Led-Zep have put together. Here you will find a view of what we cover during our classtimes. You may download this file, Mini Test, or visit the test webpage and test your knowledge. Feel free to use this as a study guide. Even us old timers might benefit from reviewing this test of knowledge from time to time :) You can request the answer key through any of these people in #Beginner: Hobbit, Lilbug, Weta, MrWombat, Titch, Kermit, NiekeWing, Rise, and Ivette.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, then hang out with us in #Beginner -- get to know us and let us get to know you.

If you'd like to read more about being an Op of #Beginner, please visit here. You may wish to download a zip file with some basic teaching tools several of the +V Teachers have put together. Snag it (+V Help Files).