Restricted Radio Operator Course of the SMSSM in Valencia

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The coordinator: Hugo, 34 years old
The Restricted Radio Operator course of the Global Maritime Relief and Safety System is aimed at Captains and Officers and employers (including PPERs) in charge of the civilian navigational guard under the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System in the area A1.

The objective of this course is to train students to be able to perform the functions related to the radiocommunication service on ships under the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (SMSSM), in maritime zone A1.

Attending this homologated course in Valencia you will get this professional certificate so that you can exercise the corresponding functions.
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The course has a total duration of 40 hours, 15 of them corresponding to theoretical content and 25 to practices.
Schedule from 3.30pm to 10pm.

- Module A. General principles and basic characteristics of the maritime mobile service.
- Module B. Practical knowledge and qualification of the basic equipment of a ship's station.
- Module C. Operational procedures and detailed operation of the practice of the SMSSM systems and their subsystems.
- Module D. Capacities and operational procedures for general communications.
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Valencia, Spain
Levantine Coast
Meet Hugo, the coordinator
34 years old
I am Hugo, Pilot of 1 of the Merchant Marine. Founder and director of a nautical school located in Valencia. In addition, I combine denial and teaching with maritime inspections of merchant ships.
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