Radio PER internship in Tenerife

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The coordinator: Francisco Javier, 40 years old
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The new regulations that came into force this year, requires students who have passed the theoretical test of Recreational Boat Skipper to take a short-range radio operator training course (ROCA). This course will be taught in our approved simulators and will give you the security and knowledge necessary to be able to carry out operations with the radio station that we have on board in accordance with the requirements of Resolution 343 (REV. WRC-12) of the International Union of Telecommunications.

This course lasts 12 hours and is only face-to-face, but mandatory for any applicant for the title of Recreational Boat Skipper. The student will not have to pass any exam in these practices. Our academy has qualified instructors and the best sports practice simulator on the market, Vox Maris GMDSS Simulator, internationally recognized in the field of both professional and sports radiocommunications training.

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Recreational Boat Skipper radiocommunication practice program
Section A. General knowledge of radiocommunications in the Maritime Mobile Service.
A.1 General principles and basic characteristics of the maritime mobile service.

Section B. Knowledge and ability to use the radio equipment of a ship.
B.1 Installation of VHF and MF radiocommunications. Practical use of VHF radiocommunication equipment.

B.2. Objective and use of digital selective calling devices and techniques.

Section C. GMDSS operating procedures and detailed practical use of GMDSS subsystems and equipment.
C.1. Basic introduction to GMDSS procedures.

C.2. and C.3. Radiotelephone procedures with and without DSC for distress, urgency and safety communications.

C.4. Protection of distress frequencies.

C.5. Maritime Safety Information System (MSI: Maritime Safety Information) in the GMDSS.

C.6. Procedure to cancel the involuntary transmission of false alarms.

Section D. Procedures for the operation and regulation of radiotelephony communications.
D.1. Ability to exchange communications related to the safety of human life at sea.

D.2. and D.3. Mandatory regulations, procedures and practices. Theoretical and practical knowledge of radiotelephone procedures.

D.4. Use of the international phonetic alphabet. Most important IMO maritime communication phrases.
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Internship schedule:

Saturday (full day) 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. approximately with lunch break
Sunday (morning only) 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
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Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Canary Islands
Meet Francisco Javier, the coordinator
40 years old
2 reviews
Graduated in Nautical and Maritime Transport, Height Employer of the Merchant Navy, Professor of theory and practices of nautical sports qualifications since 2005. More than 30,000 nautical miles navigated in the sports field, peninsula-Canary crossings.
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