The STCW Proficiency training in Fast Rescue Boat (content in accordance with section A-V1 / 2 Table A-V1 / 2-2 STCW ’78 as amended), is intended for seafarers who are designated to staff and/or to train a Fast Rescue Craft. driving. The participants receive both theoretical information and practical training in driving a Fast Rescue Craft on open water.
Upon completion of the training, the participant can handle and manage during the launch and operation of the Fast Rescue Boat.
The following components are covered in this training:
- Introduction and theory Fast Rescue Boat;
- Travel preparation and safety checks;
- Slow and fast boat handling on open water;
- A sailing vessel coming, bad weather sailing;
- MOB exercise and treatment victim on board;
- IAMSAR search patterns;
- Capsize exercise pool;
- Practice on ships with both jet and propeller drive;
- Emergency resources PLB, EPIRB, SART.
On the first day, participants are expected to register at 7:45 am. The other training days start at 8.30 a.m. All training days will end around 4 p.m., provided that no additional training sessions or an inspection have been booked.
The training is given in English as a standard. On request, the training for groups can be organized in a different language. It is possible to hire an interpreter via STC-KNRM.
To participate in this training, seafarers must be in possession of a valid and recognized:
- Medical certificate for seafarers,
- Basic Safety Training certificate or refresher,
- Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boat or refresher. (Coxswain)
Optionally bookable at STC-KNRM:
- Medical examination