The course aims to cover the requirements given in the STCW A-VI/2-2, delivered in a blended version to offer a flexible solution for seafarers. This course aims to prepare you first, through the online theoretical lessons at your own pace to complete the practical part successfully.
The course is conducted both as e-learning and practical hands-on training. To participate in the practical session, you need first to complete the online theoretical session at your own pace. Practical training will be delivered in a controlled and safe environment at VIKING Safety Academy. Practical training followed by practical competence assessment.
At the course end participants should be able to demonstrate competency as described in the STCW Code table A-VI/2-2, in Fast Rescue Crafts including its davit, winch and release systems, including the following: • Checkpoints and inspections of the FRC • Introduction to the FRC • Procedures and communication • Using a FRC davit • Maneauvring • Search techniques and search patterns • SAR operations • Using SAR equipment • Man over board rescue operations • First aid • Transferring personnel to rescue crafts
Coxswains or other personnel with tasks in fast rescue boats
Items to bring
You will receive an invitation letter
All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course start
eLearning: self-paced ETC 15 hours Practical: 2 days – 14 hours
To participate in the practical session, you need to have completed the online theoretical part and; Be in possession of a valid health certificate for seafarers and STCW A-VI/2-1
STCW approved certificate under Danish Flag (DMA)
Revalidation to be conducted every five years
€900.00 ex. VAT
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