Boat licence in NSW and VHF Radio Certification Course

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There are numerous ‘Maritime Training Schools’ that impart boat licence courses and marine radio courses all over NSW.

With time these courses are gaining huge popularity since many people is there who cherish to own their own water vessels (boats) and desire to cruise down the beautiful Sydney Harbour.
NSW boat licence can be a matter of a single day’s time with the training centres offering range of choices with the following course. The one day course has beanery popular since it involves one day theoretical and practical class along with the certification exam.

The assessment test that is done after the successful completion of the training is evaluated by the NSW maritime. The statement of the test is then considered by the NSW maritime authority for the issuing of a boat licence. The one day NSW boat licence course is huge fun since the students here get the opportunity not to get a classroom training but also can steer the wheels of the fantastic powerboats provided by the training centres and can enjoy the serene beauty of the beautiful Sydney Harbour.

The boat licence NSW enables one to own his own boat for some safety cruising.
Apart from providing NSW boat licence training, training is also given for the use of different types of maritime radios. VHF maritime radio is the most important of the lot. The VHF maritime radios are generally installed in all the large ships and also mostly in almost all the sea going small water crafts.

The utility of this two way radio is immense considering the safety and security purposes of both the boarders of the water vessels and for the vessels themselves. VHF radio is used to summon rescue services and also to communicate with the harbours, locks and bridges and with other vessels offshore.
It operates in the VHF frequency range between 156 to 174 MHz. The VHF radios now come with varied features and functions. These radios had primarily been used to avoid collisions with other sea vessels. ‘Digital Selective Calling’ is now a very important capability of these radios.

The costly VHF radio comes with this improved feature which enables it to alert all type of boats and sea vessels from a considerable distance. They can also receive weather broadcasts. Therefore VHF radio now is an integral part of any maritime training course.