Transmit and Receive Information by Marine Radio Fee-for-Service
This qualification will allow you to transmit and receive information by marine radio, including very high frequency (VHF) and high frequency (HF) radio. You will learn how to operate emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRBs), search and rescue radar transponders (SARTs), automatic identification system search and rescue transmitters (AIS-SARTs), AIS man overboard (AIS-MOB) devices and digital selective calling MOB (DSC-MOB) devices. The unit will also cover radio equipment and power supply maintenance and fault-finding procedures.
This unit applies to people working in the maritime industry in the capacity of:
- Master on commercial vessels < 80m in length within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ), or
- Chief mate or deck watchkeeper on a vessel < 80m in length within the EEZ.
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Digital Work-based Learning
“aXcelerate has enabled PTG to deliver the latest innovations in education solutions by automating the enrolment, training and assessment processes.” – Rikky Burkett Director of PTG. This management system can be accessed via a portable electronic device (e.g. tablet, laptop, mobile phone) allowing our Trainers/ Assessors to easily assess students in real time. Our staff can record comments, video, photographs and practical observation results even when offline which is a huge advantage during our practical student workshops.
Paradigm Training Group is now conveniently positioned in two locations at Australia’s Greatest Boatyard, The Boat Works in Coomera, QLD.
Find the administration team, Business/ Leadership/ Work Health and Safety and First Aid trainers in our office and training rooms in Building J01A of the South Yard, a short walk from Espresso Twenty5 and Boatworks Car Museum.
Our maritime training rooms are also located in the South Yard, opposite The Boat Works administration office and slipway at A-05 on the waterside of Hanger H.