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Shorebased Courses 2017

 

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£10 per annum (Direct Debit)
  RYA First Aid £40
  Marine VHF Radio SRC £100
  Accommodation £6 per night
 

 

 

 

Marine Radio (SRC) | RYA First Aid

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Jed Cunningham
Centre Manager
Glebe House
Church Road
Thorney Island
Emsworth
Hampshire
PO10 8DS

Mob: 07516 001776
Tel: (Civ): 01243 388315
Mil: 94295 8315
Enquiries: sailarmy@btconnect.com

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THEORY COURSES 2017

Marine VHF Radio (SRC) 

The Short Range Certificate (SRC) is the minimum qualification required by law to control the operation of VHF and VHF Digital Selective Calling (DSC) equipment on any British flagged vessel voluntarily fitted with a radio. This includes both fixed and hand held equipment using International channels.
A radio is an important piece of safety equipment on board and it is vital to understand the correct procedures. Unnecessary transmissions could block out a Mayday distress call.
All new VHF sets are either fitted, or can be interfaced, with DSC allowing calls to specific vessels. This can be done by attending this course. The course will be taught using radio simulators and will be examined by a short written test and practical assessme

MARINE RADIO VHF (SSC)

A two-day course for anyone who owns a fixed or hand-held marine VHF radio.

Course No:

Course Dates:

Duration:

Costs:

Remarks:

VHF01/17

9/10 Mar

2 day

£100

 

Please book

VHF02/17

25/26 May

2 day

£100

 

Please book

VHF03/17

19/20 Aug

2 day

£100

  Please book

VHF04/17

31 Aug/1 Sep

2 day

£100

  Please book

VHF05/17

8/9 Sep

2 day

£100

  Please book

VHF06/17

13/14 Oct

2 day

£100

  Please book

 

RYA First Aid

Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, and estuaries or on cross channel passages.

In a medical emergency a little first aid knowledge and immediate action can save lives, especially in remote locations. This one-day course is designed to provide a working knowledge of first aid for people using small craft and to support skippers. 

It fulfils the requirements for:

Professional skippers of small craft working within 60 miles of a safe haven, including Boatmasters;

The course is recommended by the MCA and HSE.

The subjects specific to boating include:

  • the recovery position in a confined space

  • CPR, including the drowning protocol

  • cold shock and hypothermia from immersion and/or exposure

  • seasickness and dehydration

  • medical assistance or advice by VHF

  • helicopter rescue

RYA FIRST AID

Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, estuaries or on cross channel passages.

Course No:

Course Dates:

Duration:

Costs:

Remarks:

FA01/17

8 Mar

1 day

£40

 

Please book

FA01A/17

5 Apr

1 day

£40

  Please book

FA02/17

24 May

1 day

£40

  Please book

FA03/17

17 Jun

1 day

£40

  Please book

FA04/17

31 Aug

1 day

£40

  Please book

FA05/17

16 Sep

1 day

£40

  Please book

FA06/17

11 Oct

1 day

£40

  Please book