SLSA IRB Crew Certificate Online workbook
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IRB Crew Online Workbook

This module constitutes the online component of the IRB Crew Certificate.

Work through each of the topics below:

  1. Rescues
  2. Safety (not available in demo version)
  3. Equipment (not available in demo version)
  4. Crewing techniques (not available in demo version)
  5. Search and rescue (not available in demo version)

When you are ready, complete the assessment:

You may refer to your Learner Guide as you complete the assessment. You must answer all the questions correctly.

  1. Start assessment (not available in demo version)

More information:

Refer to the IRB Crew Certificate Learner Guide and the 8th Edition Powercraft Training Manual.

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IRB crew

Safety
IRB rescue

There are a number of safety issues to take into consideration when working with powercraft. Read the first chapter of your manual before working through this topic.

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Watch the video below and then click 'Next' to continue.

You may have already seen this video as part of your Bronze Medallion training. Watch it again here to review how a fully laden IRB is ideally transported safely from the waterline.

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IRB crew

Equipment
IRB rescue

Working with powercraft involves being able to identify and prepare quite a bit of equipment. Read chapters 1 and 2 of your manual before working through this topic.

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Watch the video below and then click 'Next' to continue.

Watch the video below to review the IRB awareness training covered in your Bronze Medallion.

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IRB crew

Crewing techniques
IRB rescue

Crewing an IRB is an active process. You need to be able to assist with the launching of the craft, board the craft and know where to position your body in the craft for each type of manoeuvre the driver performs. Read chapter 3 of your manual before working through this topic.

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IRB crew

Rescues
IRB rescue

Through the course of your practical training you will learn a number of rescue techniques involving the IRB. Read chapter 5 of your manual and work through this topic before your next training session.

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IRB crew

Search and rescue
IRB rescue

The IRB is an important piece of equipment for Search and Rescue (SAR) operations. It’s important that SAR operations are conducted according to an established procedure. Read chapter 7 of your manual before working through this topic.

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IRB crew

Assessment

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