Course Schedule


 

Coastguard Theory


 

RYA Practical


Advanced Sea Survival   (12 hours)

Aim: To gain thorough skills and knowledge on sea survival techniques and equipment. A practical and theoretical course required by crew competing in offshore (category 1) races.

Qualification: Advanced Sea Survival (recognised by Yachting NZ & ISAF).

Course Content: History, statistics and legislation, accidents and emergencies, equipment, safety and emergency planning, risk assessment, man overboard and life-rafts, wet drill, distress signals & responsibilities, medical care aboard, heavy weather techniques.

A comprehensive theoretical and practical course required by crew competing in offshore (category 1) races.

  • General
  • History, statistics and legislation
  • Accidents and emergencies
  • Equipment
  • Safety and emergency planning
  • Risk assessment
  • Man overboard, life rafts and equipment
  • Distress signals and responsibilities
  • Wet drill
  • SAR systems and responsibilities
  • Fire precautions and fire fighting
  • Medical care aboard
  • Damage control
  • Weather and forecasting
  • Heavy weather techniques
  • Storm sails

 


Book an Advanced Sea Survival Course

For further information on Advanced Sea Survival courses, email the Education team at education@coastguard.org.nz, call 0800 BOATIE (262 843) or click here to book now.


Last updated: 12 April 2018