Marine Operations

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Offshore Communication Service Radio Operator

Duration:  2 days (including exam)
Per Delegate:  £405.00

Practical Content


Theoretical Content


Delegates are required to supply a Government issued photographic ID on starting the course.

Key Learning Outcomes

Gain the knowledge, competence and skills necessary for the use of the CAA radiotelephony service in the offshore industry in accordance with Cap 452 Aeronautical Radio Station Operators Guide.

Course Content

  • Communication techniques
  • Aeronautical radio stations
  • Offshore aeronautical service
  • Distress and urgency procedures


Delegates will undertake a written examination paper and radio communication exercise to demonstrate they have achieved the key learning outcomes listed above.

PPE Requirements

PPE not required.

Further Information

Pre-course notes will be issued with the course instructions. Delegates should familiarise themselves with the information in these notes prior to course attendance.

Target Audience
Target Audience

Personnel operating airband VHF radio equipment in the offshore industry eg.00 helicopter landing officers, control room operators, crane operators and stand-by vessel officers.


CAA Offshore Communication Service (OCS) Certificate.

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