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RYA VHF Radio - Short Range Certificate Course

5.0
21 opinions
  • A really good and informative course, lots of experiential and interactive hands on exercises which made it fun and interesting. I feel alot more confident using radio equipment at sea. I would recommend Paul and Seavoice to anyone.
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  • Highly recommended. You are being taught by one of the professionals who one day may help co-ordinate the efforts to save your life. What more do you want?
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  • I thoroughly enjoyed this course it was informative and surprisingly fun! I have come away with the knowledge of being able to use my radio equipment confidently and also able to pass on to my crew what I have learned. I am so glad that I went on this course it is great value for money and I have already recommended it to several people who intend taking a radio course.
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In Southport ()

£ 75 VAT exempt

Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Level

    Beginner

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description


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Opinions

5.0
excellent
  • A really good and informative course, lots of experiential and interactive hands on exercises which made it fun and interesting. I feel alot more confident using radio equipment at sea. I would recommend Paul and Seavoice to anyone.
    |
  • Highly recommended. You are being taught by one of the professionals who one day may help co-ordinate the efforts to save your life. What more do you want?
    |
  • I thoroughly enjoyed this course it was informative and surprisingly fun! I have come away with the knowledge of being able to use my radio equipment confidently and also able to pass on to my crew what I have learned. I am so glad that I went on this course it is great value for money and I have already recommended it to several people who intend taking a radio course.
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5.0
excellent

Course rating

Recommended

Centre rating

Annonymous

5.0
01/07/2012
What I would highlight: A really good and informative course, lots of experiential and interactive hands on exercises which made it fun and interesting. I feel alot more confident using radio equipment at sea. I would recommend Paul and Seavoice to anyone.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Annonymous

5.0
05/06/2012
What I would highlight: Highly recommended. You are being taught by one of the professionals who one day may help co-ordinate the efforts to save your life. What more do you want?
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Annonymous

5.0
05/06/2012
What I would highlight: I thoroughly enjoyed this course it was informative and surprisingly fun! I have come away with the knowledge of being able to use my radio equipment confidently and also able to pass on to my crew what I have learned. I am so glad that I went on this course it is great value for money and I have already recommended it to several people who intend taking a radio course.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Annonymous

5.0
05/06/2012
What I would highlight: Really useful and informative course, with lots of interesting additional material from Paul's own experiences, The style of presentation, the interaction with other attendees and the hands on practice made the time pass so quickly it was late afternoon before I realised. I have already recommended the course to other seafarers.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Annonymous

5.0
07/11/2011
What I would highlight: Very good course, professionally delivered and with good supporting material.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Subjects

  • Radio
  • VHF Radio
  • Safety
  • Communications
  • Rescue
  • GMDSS
  • EPIRB
  • Distress
  • PROWORDS
  • DSC

Course programme

RYA VHF Radio - (SRC) Short Range Certificate course

Course duration 8 hours.

This One day course is a legal requirement for any person taking a
VHF DSC Radio to sea with them, ever a fixed set or a Hand held VHF
Radio Telephone.

The course will cover the basic operation of both fixed and Handheld DSC and
None DSC Digital Selective calling radios, you will be instructed in basic
radio voice procedures, calling other station ship to ship and ship to shore,
the use of the correct VHF Channels, how to make urgency calls (pan pan) and
Distress calls (Mayday)

The course will also cover (GMDSS) Global Maritime and Safety system which includes (EPIRBS) Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons and (SARTS)
Search and Rescue Transponders also covering (NAVTEXT)

On the day of the course you will be operating on state of the art VHF Radio
simulators (ICOM and Standard Horizon radios) you will also take a short written assessment paper set by the RYA RoyalYachting Association.

RYA VHF Radio - Short Range Certificate Course

£ 75 VAT exempt