The course dedicated to the use of the VHF radio and the issue of the VHF-SRC license.
The on-board VHF radio is an important element for safety and it is essential to know the correct procedures for its use. Unnecessary or incorrect transmissions could block a Mayday distress call. For this reason, this course recognized by the RYA (Royal Yacht Association) has been designed in which you learn how to send emergency and urgency messages, make inter-ship calls, what to say, how to say it and when to say it. In a weekend you will have the opportunity to take this course also online and obtain the SRC certificate also recognized in Italy, a legal requirement for the use of a marine band radio as well as for the issue and assignment of the MMSI code by of the Ministry of Economic Development.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Venice, Italy|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Course on Saturday from 9 am to 8 pm and exam on Sunday morning|
|NOT INCLUDED SERVICES||
Cost of the course: €250
Exam fee: £60 to be paid on the day of the exam at the RYA
Upon passing the VHF / SRC exam (theory and practice), the international certificate "Short Range Certificate - SRC" is obtained, issued by the RYA (Royal Yacht Association) and also recognized in Italy, which is the legal requirement for the use of a marine band radio as well as for the issue and assignment of the MMSI code by the Ministry of Economic Development.
Classroom course duration: 1 day (classroom course 09: 00-18: 00) and exam the next morning
The course will be taught using VHF radio simulators and a school level of English is required. What to bring:
The exam, which is held immediately after the end of the course, will also include a short written test.
This course is entirely organized and managed by BeBlue's partner V4S school.
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||Air: Airport Venezia (VCE), TRAIN: Venice central station|
The Marine Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC) course allows candidates to understand how to use modern VHF radios equipped with DSC controllers and is an introduction to the Global Maritime Rescue and Safety System. You will learn the phonetic alphabet, the correct voice procedure, the GMDSS system, the messages "Securité", "Panpan" and "Mayday" and the DSC controller.
The following topics will be addressed:
- Basics of operation of the radio
- Correct frequencies (channels) to use
- Emergency procedures, urgency and medical assistance
- Digital Selective Calling (DSC) using simulators
- GMDSS: worldwide rescue and safety system at sea
- Radio beacons emergency position (EPIRB)
- Search and Rescue (SART)