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  Error Detection and Use of Advanced Radar Techniques in Restricted Waters  
 

Training details
Goal/standards:  The course is designed to give state of the art guidance in quickly detecting radar errors, assessing radar limitations and correcting radar faulty settings.
Length:  2½ days
Simulation:  Basically a hands-on approach. Brief theoretical explanations and exercises on the Navigation Simulator.
Prerequisites:  Holding a pilot’s license or being in the process of acquiring such a license.
Preferred teaching   
strategies: 
Theoretical and practical, hands-on experience using the navigation simulator. Discussions among the participants encouraged during manoeuvres.
Notes:  Each pilot has its own Radar, hence allowing for 100 % of the training time (no sharing).

It is a must for all pilots


“Even though, as a pilot, I already had all my STCW radar training courses, as well as almost 15 years’ experience working with every type of equipment available on the Amazon River, I decided to take the ‘Error Detection and Use of Advanced Radar Techniques in Restricted Waters’ course offered by the MSRC as a refresher. I was very surprised when I discovered that the instructors are very experienced pilots and that the techniques demonstrated were developed for precise navigation in confined waters.”

Captain Ricardo Augusto Leite Falcão
President, Brazilian Pilots’ Association
Syllabus:  See the PDF document


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