07905 963353
We provide VHF (SRC), First Aid at Sea, Day Skipper and Yachtmaster training to the highest standard. We ensure that our courses are run according to current RYA guidelines
Course Information
VHF Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC)
RYA First Aid at Sea
The RYA Marine Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC) is the minimum qualification required to operate marine VHF radio equipment on a UK flagged vessel.
Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, estuaries or on cross channel passages.
Course Information

Prior to this course a £60 licence fee needs to be paid to the RYA.

Pre Course Requirements

This one-day course covers all aspects of basic life support and casualty management. It deals with many of the first aid issues that may be encountered whilst at sea. This is a practical course with lots of student participation. A lot of time is spent practicing resuscitation on manikins and dealing with simulated incidents. First Aid book supplied.

RYA Shorebased Courses
Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

One day classroom based course, prior to this you will be sent a course pack which will require about three hours pre course study. The classroom based course will allow you to use real simulator radios which will allow you to practice sending distress signals, voice messages and alerts, which will also include the MAYDAY distress signal. After you have completed this you will now be required to take an assessment exam which will consist of a short question paper and also be able to show practical use of the radio. This has to be conducted by a separate assessor from your instructor and should take between 30 and 50 minutes. If possible we will try and arrange this the same day.

Day Skipper Shorebased Course
Yachtmaster Ocean Shorebased Course
This course equips you with enough knowledge to navigate around familiar waters by day. A basic knowledge of lights is also included to introduce you to night cruising.
This course is for those aspiring to blue water cruising and is ideal for holders of the Yachtmaster Offshore certificate who are preparing for their first ocean passage.
Course Information
Course Information

This is the next step up from Dayskipper and follows a similar format. The only difference being the degree of accuracy expected and the more advanced aspects of navigation that is taught. It is recommended that you already hold the Dayskipper certificate or can demonstrate a degree of practical experience.  All course material supplied.

Currently, we do not offer evening classes.

Book an RYA Shorebased Course now

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

07905 963353
info@boattraining.co.uk
RYA SRC FEE

Duration: One day
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Duration: One day
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Duration: Five days
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Duration: Six days
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

VHF Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC)
The RYA Marine Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC) is the minimum qualification required to operate marine VHF radio equipment on a UK flagged vessel.

Duration: One day
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Pre Course Requirements
Course Information

Prior to this course a £60 licence fee needs to be paid to the RYA.

RYA SRC FEE

One day classroom based course, prior to this you will be sent a course pack which will require about three hours pre course study. The classroom based course will allow you to use real simulator radios which will allow you to practice sending distress signals, voice messages and alerts, which will also include the MAYDAY distress signal. After you have completed this you will now be required to take an assessment exam which will consist of a short question paper and also be able to show practical use of the radio. This has to be conducted by a separate assessor from your instructor and should take between 30 and 50 minutes. If possible we will try and arrange this the same day.

Yachtmaster Ocean Shorebased Course
Day Skipper Shorebased Course
This course is for those aspiring to blue water cruising and is ideal for holders of the Yachtmaster Offshore certificate who are preparing for their first ocean passage.

Duration: Six days
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

This course equips you with enough knowledge to navigate around familiar waters by day. A basic knowledge of lights is also included to introduce you to night cruising.

Duration: Five days
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Course Information
Course Information

This is the next step up from Dayskipper and follows a similar format. The only difference being the degree of accuracy expected and the more advanced aspects of navigation that is taught. It is recommended that you already hold the Dayskipper certificate or can demonstrate a degree of practical experience.  All course material supplied.

Currently, we do not offer evening classes.

Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

info@boattraining.co.uk

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

Book an RYA Shorebased Course now
07905 963353
RYA First Aid at Sea
Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, estuaries or on cross channel passages.

Duration: One day
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Course Information

This one-day course covers all aspects of basic life support and casualty management. It deals with many of the first aid issues that may be encountered whilst at sea. This is a practical course with lots of student participation. A lot of time is spent practicing resuscitation on manikins and dealing with simulated incidents. First Aid book supplied.

We provide VHF (SRC), First Aid at Sea, Day Skipper and Yachtmaster training to the highest standard. We ensure that our courses are run according to current RYA guidelines
RYA Shorebased Courses
07905 963353
Day Skipper Shorebased Course
Yachtmaster Ocean Shorebased Course

This course equips you with enough knowledge to navigate around familiar waters by day. A basic knowledge of lights is also included to introduce you to night cruising.

This course is for those aspiring to blue water cruising and is ideal for holders of the Yachtmaster Offshore certificate who are preparing for their first ocean passage.

Course Information
Course Information

Duration: Five Days.
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Duration: Six Days.
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

This is the next step up from Dayskipper and follows a similar format. The only difference being the degree of accuracy expected and the more advanced aspects of navigation that is taught. It is recommended that you already hold the Dayskipper certificate or can demonstrate a degree of practical experience.  All course material supplied.

Currently, we do not offer evening classes.

Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

Book an RYA Shorebased Course now

We have courses running every week, all year round

07905 963353
info@boattraining.co.uk
RYA First Aid at Sea

Our one-day course covers all the usual first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective. It is aimed at anyone who goes afloat, whether on inland waters, rivers, estuaries or on cross channel passages.

Course Information

Duration: Owo day
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

This one-day course covers all aspects of basic life support and casualty management. It deals with many of the first aid issues that may be encountered whilst at sea. This is a practical course with lots of student participation. A lot of time is spent practicing resuscitation on manikins and dealing with simulated incidents. First Aid book supplied.

VHF Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC)

The RYA Marine Radio Short Range Certificate (SRC) is the minimum qualification required to operate marine VHF radio equipment on a UK flagged vessel.

Pre Course Requirements
Course Information

Duration: One Day.
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

Prior to this course a £60 licence fee needs to be paid to the RYA.

RYA SRC FEE

One day classroom based course, prior to this you will be sent a course pack which will require about three hours pre course study. The classroom based course will allow you to use real simulator radios which will allow you to practice sending distress signals, voice messages and alerts, which will also include the MAYDAY distress signal. After you have completed this you will now be required to take an assessment exam which will consist of a short question paper and also be able to show practical use of the radio. This has to be conducted by a separate assessor from your instructor and should take between 30 and 50 minutes. If possible we will try and arrange this the same day.

We provide VHF (SRC), First Aid at Sea, Day Skipper and Yachtmaster training to the highest standard. We ensure that our courses are run according to current RYA guidelines

RYA Shorebased Courses
07905 963353