This link gives guidance details to starting up your own RYA Recognised Teaching Centre (RTC). If you contact your local RYA Regional Development officer (RDO) they will be happy to advise
9.2 SRC RADIO
9.2.1 There must be no more than 12
students on each course.
9.2.2 The centre must provide either: An RYA approved computer simulation programme AND
at least one pair of training DSC radios with no more than 3 students per single radio/computer screen (for example 2 computer screens and one pair of radios for a maximum of 12 students) or: Training DSC radios with no more than 3 students per radio (minimum 1 pair), (for example, 2 pairs of radios for a maximum of 12 students). Note: Training MMSI numbers allocated by OFCOM are 2 3 5 8 9 9 9 8 0 to 2 3 5 8 9 9 9 9 9 inclusive.
9.2.3 A list of Training radio suppliers and Approved software is available in the Training Centres resources area of the RYA website.
9.2.4 Students must be provided with information before the course. This would normally be the G22 and G26 handbooks.
9.2.5 SRC courses may be subject to spot checks.
9.2.6 Minimum 8 hours tuition. Minimum 3 hours tuition for conversion courses.
9.2.7 An inspection will be carried out every 4-5 years for which the centre will pay. Overseas centres will pay for the Inspector’s travel/living expenses and must be inspected before recognition can be granted.