RIB & HSC Training
FRC CREW training covers skills for the crew and regular passengers of FRC, including boarding teams and offshore installation workers, to support the coxswain and ensure the safe and effective operation of the craft.
FRC CREW is the entry level qualification for professional/commercial operations. The FRC CREW training develops competent crew with the skills to take control of the craft.
FRC CREW provides the individual with the skills to work as a crew member on board a FRC and assist the coxswain with the operation of the craft.
FRC CREW - CORE SKILLS
In addition to general seamanship the qualification provides knowledge and skills related to risk and duty of care including management of passengers. Core skills include:-
- Maritime Regulations
- Seamanship Duties
- Basic Maritime Navigation
- Basic Coxswain Skills
- Meteorology, Sea States, Wind Scales
- Documentation, Engine Log, Personal Log
The sub 24 metre (80 feet) professional maritime sector has evolved rapidly in the past decade and now requires international standards of training and qualificactions.
FRC INTERNATIONAL provide an internationally recognised suite of qualifications.
FRC 12 - 12 metre COXSWAIN
FRC 12 training covers coxswain skills for craft up to 12m (40 feet) in length, generally operating at speeds up to 30 knots, during both day and night time. Including the management of the crew, with options to undertake additional task-specific modules.
FRC 18 - 18 metre COXSWAIN
FRC 18 training covers coxswain skills for craft up to 18m (60 feet) in length, generally operating at speeds up to 30 knots, during both day and night time. Including the management of the crew, with options to undertake additional task-specific modules.