This course covers the requirements of STCW table A-VI/2-2, providing knowledge to the participant on how to operate and take command of a fast rescue craft in a safe manner.
The course is conducted as theoretical and practical training at VIKING Safety Academy. “Hands-on” training will ensure required competence in fast rescue boats including its davit, winch and release systems.
Upon completion participants should be able to demonstrate competency as described in the STCW Code table A-VI/2-2, including the following; • Checkpoints and inspections • Introduction to the FRC • Procedures and communication • Using an FRC davit • Boat handling and maneuvering • Search techniques and search patterns • SAR operations • Using SAR equipment • Man overboard rescue operations • First aid • Transferring personnel to rescue crafts
Coxswains or other personnel with tasks in fast rescue boats.
Items to bring
Please bring suitable clothes for the training
All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course start
English / Greek
STCW A-VI/2-1 Proficiency in Survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats (Rescue Craft and MOB boat)
STCW approved certificate under Danish Flag (DMA)
Revalidation to be conducted every five years
€1,200.00 ex. VAT
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