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 provides an internationally recognised training programme.
COMPETENT CREW: FRC CREW
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.
12 metre COXSWAIN: FRC 12
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.
18 metre COXSWAIN: FRC 18
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.
ADVANCED MODULESView Information about Advanced Modules
FRC International utilises state-of-the-art professional training from around the world. Please contact FRC International if your organisation is interested in becoming an FRC Academy.
398-400 Holdenhurst Road
John Haynes - Operations Director
+44 (0)1202 443798
Trevor Dobbins - Technical Director
+44 (0)7739 385282
Jon Hill - Training Director
+44 (0)7917 320942
FRC International launched the innovative ‘DYNAV’ DYnamic NAVigation system for high speed craft at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden on 29th October 2013. The DYNAV launch…