Marine Radio (MROCP)
Duration: 1 day
Marine Radios are available in 27 MHz, VHF and MF/HF. To operate a VHF, MF/HF radio (most of these radios are licensed)
you must have a certificate.
To operate a marine radio you need skills and knowledge of the phonetic alphabet, fault-finding, maintenance,
call signs, frequencies, and importantly the operational procedures and words to be used.
Sea School makes this easy with a step-by-step course.
All you need to know about this course can be found in our Marine radio course information booklet. Enrol now.
Why choose us?
Our mission is to provide exceptional maritime training that creates real employment outcomes for our students.
- We train on the water
Both our campuses
are conveniently located close to waterways so you can walk out of the classroom and onto a vessel for practical, on-board training.
- You can study full-time or part-time
You have the choice to study your course all in one go or do it in blocks of time so it’s convenient for whenever you can get the time off work. Talk to us
and we’ll make a plan that works for you.
- Pay as you go with flexible payment plans
You can pay your course fees in full or by instalments over the term of your course duration.
- We have a Job Register
When you graduate you’ll be automatically added to our Job Register and emailed when positions become vacant in the industry, providing you opportunities for part-time and full-time work.
- We have more course intakes
are scheduled every month in Sydney and bi-monthly in Tweed Heads
We also offer the option to complete your course in two or more blocks of learning over a period of time, so you’re always able to fit a course in around your work commitments.
- Trainers are experienced seafarers
Our trainers are experienced seafarers and industry experts. Class sizes are small and courses tailored to the group, so you receive individualised, expert attention to help you get through your course.
- Under new management since 2013
Since taking over Sea School, we’ve had over 400 graduates successfully complete our courses. We are an AMSA
compliant, quality-driven RTO that offers you the best training and career pathways.
When You Qualify
The Marine Radio Certificates form part of your 100 point identification.
Your name and contact details will be uploaded into the Search and Rescue national database and
you may be able to assist in the search and rescue of vessels in distress.
Should you lose your card, please contact the Office of Maritime Communication who will reissue your card for a fee.
If you change your address or contact details, you will also need to contact the Office of Maritime Communication
with your new information.