I race with CCS. You have to attend a recognized school and pass a written test first. CCS has a list of schools in the new rider packet ( http://www.ccsracing.us/forms/2011/m...r%20Packet.pdf
Youll have to do some work on your bike as well, safety wire, bodywork, sharkfin, ect. after you have you certificate, you can apply for you license ( http://www.ccsracing.us/forms/2013/l...p%20(mail).pdf
You also have to buy the transponder. with you license you'll be assigned a region. since your using a 600, your can race either the middle weight classes (600) or heavy weight(1000). being a rookie, i highly recommend the rookies cup GTU, its for first year amateurs so everyones close to the same level. races last about 7 laps on average. i entered 4-5 races a weekend. i have not raced wera, but i believe its similar. good luck and have fun.