Many organizations operating in developing countries depends on a Radio Communications Network as a cost-effective way of ensuring operational communications. If the existing telecommunications infrastructure is not suitable, or in order to establish links within the operation, they often need to set up its own communications facilities. In addition, the primary objective of the radio networks is to provide all staff with a safety and security communications tool. In emergencies, it may become the only way to communicate or to seek assistance. This course will help you understand call signs, demonstrate the correct radio communication procedures, teach the phonetic alphabet and assist you to understand how to do a radio check. Expected release date: April 2020.