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Old 23 August 2009, 19:01   #91
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Well I think the following covers it;
  • RYA Senior Instructor
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..... but can't use a VHF other than in an emergency or under the supervision of someone qualified who has instigated the call!
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Old 23 August 2009, 20:18   #92
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..... but can't use a VHF other than in an emergency or under the supervision of someone qualified who has instigated the call!
RYA VHF DSC Course as well
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Old 24 August 2009, 05:25   #93
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Oh well - should have dug out the paper work and checked the term I suppose.
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Strange as Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue issue a license as approved by the DOT. At last thats what they tell us when they hand it over after the 8 days course. This allows us to drive both front line fire engines and the EMT vans - as we provide a medical team on call to Western Ambulance Service.
Right...so it's the EFAD course certificate issued by a fire and rescue service to an employee. As I said, it will cover you on their vehicles - the appliance and the first responder vehicle.

Still not a licence - only the DVLA can issue licences or add licence qualifications.

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Perhaps if you're down this way we'll discuss it as we put you back together
Yeah sure. Just after I've nicked you for speeding.
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Yeah sure. Just after I've nicked you for speeding.

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