Do you require a RYA SRC Assessor?
If your Training Centre runs the RYA Short Range Certificate course in a classroom, the classroom instructor cannot access the student’s theory or practical SRC examination. This means you have to have a separate assessor nominated by the RYA to run the SRC exam.
Some RYA Training Centres will have more than one instructor/assessor in which case this will not be a problem.
Seavoice Training would like to offer our services as SRC assessors to other RYA Training Centres in Merseyside, Lancashire, Cheshire or within a couple of hours’ drive from our base in Southport.
We would be more than happy to visit your Training Centre to conduct the RYA SRC examination using your equipment or our mobile training VHF Radio sets.
We would conduct the RYA SRC examination (for a maximum of 8 students) with a VHF Radio simulator for each student. The theory examination paper takes 30 minutes and the practical approx. 1 – 2 hours depending on the number of students on the course.
To book our RYA SRC Assessor service, we would require the following information:
- Name of your Training Centre/Principle’s name
- Location or venue
- Date and time of required SRC exam (7 days’ notice is required)
- Number of students to access
- Whether any of the students have a disability that we should be aware of.
We do not charge for our services as long as you have at least 4 students on the day to access. If you have less than 4 students, we would charge a nominal fee of £30 to cover travel expenses. If you require our services outside of our 2 hour travelling time, we may still be able to help you but we would charge for fuel and an overnight stay, please contact us for a quote.
If you would like to book our services or require further information, please contact Paul on 01704 571903