RHIB Capsize RIGID HULL INFLATABLE BOAT (RHIB ) Capsize training is given to personnel who travel or carry out operations in Defence Forces small boats instructing personnel the actions to be carried out in the event of a boat turning over at sea.
HUET. HELICOPTER UNDERWATER EGRESS TRAINING (HUET ) is supplied to all members of the Defence Forces who carry out operations above water, giving them the internationally recognised training to escape from different types of aircraft in the event of the aircraft having to make an.
To assist the Naval College has simulators which allow for progressive training building up to full scale exercises. This type of training allows the student to build on their confidence in operating the equipment before moving onto the next stage.
This civilian certificate is recognised worldwide in the maritime industry as the standard for radio operators and focuses on Search and Rescue (SAR) communications techniques and procedures. At a later stage A/Comops will return to the Naval College and undergo their first professional course before selection.
The course updates the skills attained on the Potential NCO Course and also introduces the Leading rate to more advanced Theory and Skills to equip them to fulfil the role of a Petty Officer both afloat and ashore.
On completion of a period at sea and having successfully reached the required standard in their task book, O/Comops will return to the Naval College for further training on a 6 week advancement course.
Recruit Training Recruit Training in the Naval Service is 18 weeks in duration. During this initial period of training the recruit is based in the Naval College on the Naval Base. This is a robust and intense period of training aimed at training new entrants.
Can complete all levels of Irish Sailing Association certification. Personal Survival Techniques Personal Survival Technique (PST) training involves a one day course with international recognition. Training is carried out in a 20 metre environmental pool, in the NMCI, which can replicate storm conditions at sea.
As part of their training they must learn how frequencies work and how each item of equipment operates. This will be done using experienced and dedicated training staff that assists the student in a controlled environment in stage by stage training.
In Recruit Training the new entrant will undergo aspects of training including: Foot and Arms Drill, Weapons and Tactical Training, Physical Training and a number of skills courses required for personnel serving at sea including Damage Control Fire Fighting (DCFF Personal Survival Techniques (PST) and.
On completion of the Naval Service Potential NCO Course the successful candidate may also be eligible to be awarded a Higher Certificate in Leadership, Management and Naval Studies in partnership with Cork Institute of Technology.
Students are taught procedures for replenishing a ship with stores at sea, berthing and un-berthing a ship and recovery of a man overboard. They also learn basic knots, bends and hitches, how to recognise and wear safety and survival equipment and learn basic seamanship terminology.