RAIDER BOUTBARDS TRAINING

Training is essential for sucessful missions.  

Raider Outboards has committed to conducting theoretical and practical training to better execute surface and special operations activities in support of Maritime Operations

Training Certifications:

BASIC Operatiors Course (40 or 50)

The Raider Outboard Motor 4-Hour Instruction Course can be taught at any training location. It is designed to provide participants with an overview of the Raider Outboard Motor, dewatering procedure, and post-submersionprocedures.

Training focuses on the skills needed to successfullyoperate the Raider Outboard Motor, including proper fuel-oil mixture, non-start condition procedures, dewatering procedure, and post-submersion procedures.

Participants will also take part in a practical evolution, incorporating the basic elements of operation along with hands-on training in proper dewatering procedure and practice in returning the motor to operation after submersion.

Classroom lessons and performance evolutions work hand-in-hand across the curriculum to further develop personal mastery and problem-solving techniques. Training evolutions emphasize and reiterate classroom presentations, discipline, attention to detail, while always focusing on overall mission accomplishment and the safety of personnel.

Model 40 & 50 Field Service Technician Course

The Model 40 Raider Outboard Field Service Technician Course of Instruction can be taught at any training location. It is designed to provide participants with an overview of the Raider Outboard Motor, Field Service Maintenance Actions, Periodic Maintenance, pre/post operation procedures, and troubleshooting. 

Training focuses on the skills needed to properly perform Field Service Technician maintenance requirements, prepare the Raider Outboard Motor to operate in various operational environments.   Knowledge and performance skill sets are developed for a broad array of topics that provide participants exposure to both scheduled and unforeseen maintenance requirements.

Participants will also be introduced to a wide range of practical evolutions that combine the knowledge and skill sets learned throughout Raider Outboard Field Service Technician Course of Instruction.

Classroom lessons, laboratory training, and performance evolutions work hand-in-hand across the curriculum to further develop; personal mastery, and problem-solving techniques. Training evolutions emphasize and reiterate classroom presentations, discipline, attention to detail, while always focusing on overall mission accomplishment and the safety of personnel.

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