The FRBU is vital maritime training for any FRB crew on a Merchant Navy vessel. The STCW Updating Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats involves a blend of theory and practical experience. With a focus on launching and recovery using single arm davits, search and rescue and casualty recovery at sea as well as post capsize procedures. This FRBU Route 2 course is aimed at seafarers who have an STCW Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats (FRB) course older than 5 years.
STCW Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boat involves a blend of theory development and practical experience, with a focus on the launch and recovery using davits. It is for anyone who is a coxswain or part of the life boat crew on-board including rescue boat.
STCW Updating Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boat (Route 1) is a hands-on course, focusing on launch and recovery using davits, for anyone working as core crew on a merchant vessel and is accredited by the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA).
STCW Updating Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boat (Route 2) is a hands-on course, focusing on launch and recovery using davits, for anyone working as core crew on a merchant vessel and is accredited by the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA).
This online webinar course provides training that will help delegate's theory development on STCW Proficiency in Maritime Security Awareness. This STCW course at Stream Marine Training will cover areas such as maritime security definitions and security threat levels. This course is taught via webinar, which allows delegates to save travel time and expenses.
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