All Hands on Deck Maritime Training is an Approved Training Provider (ATP) with Transport for NSW to conduct accredited Boat and/or PWC Practical, Theory and Testing to obtain a NSW Maritime Boat and/or Jetski (PWC) Licence.
How to get a Boat Licence
CURRENT VACANCIES FOR BOAT LICENCE PRACTICAL COURSES
Boat Licence courses operate weekly (3 hour practical session) with the following vacancies available:
19th June 2021 -FULL (Enrol Here)
26th June 2021 – 3 vacancies (Enrol Here)
3rd July 2021 – FULL (Enrol Here)
10th July 2021 – FULL (Enrol Here)
17th July 2021 – 4 vacancies (Enrol Here)
For Boat Licence course inquiries please call 0434803687
or email at email@example.com
Thank you for your NSW Boat Licence course inquiry. All of our boat licence courses are operating as normal. We have an establised COVID-19 Safety Plan, Check-In systems in place and our vessel is ideally suited for meeting social distancing.
All Hands on Deck Maritime Training have been conducting Boat Licence course training for over 15 years. We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO #90927) with the Australian Quality Skills Authority (ASQA). We are also an ‘Approved Training Provider’ (ATP) with Transport for NSW.
We conduct Boat Licence courses using our own training vessel and as an ‘Approved Training Provider’ we are approved to incorporate all the Logbook requirements into a short practical training session. This means when you undertake a Boat Licence course with All Hands on Deck Maritime Training you will save time and money as the following applies:
* No Logbook is required
* No need for the compulsory 3 hours and 15 mins Theory Session
* We use our own training vessel to meet the ‘Practical’ requirements
* Complete the Boat and PWC requirements in just 3 HOURS
* We are fully insured
* We conduct courses weekly and also by Private arrangement
* We have been conducting Boat Licence training for over 15 years
* We provide Boat and PWC licence pre study material FREE OF CHARGE!
The easiest, quickest and most cost effective way to obtain your Boat Licence
Boat Licence Practical Session
As a result of the virus situation all Boat Licence course sessions consist of the Practical component and final exam at any Service NSW or RMS office. Courses are now limited to 8 persons maximum on scheduled courses or by Private Arrangement.
Our course fees for scheduled Practical Boat Licence training are as follows:
1 person – $255.00 each
2 persons – $245.00 each (Save $10.00 each)
3 persons – $235.00 each (Save $20.00 each)
4 persons – $225.00 each (Save $30.00 each)
Practical Boat Licence bookings require pre payment and pre study and can be booked online or call us on 0434803687 to make a booking.
Note: Private sessions available and require a minimum of 2 persons and the cost is shown below:
BONUS: On completion of the ‘Practical Session’ we will provide you with a Trial RMS Exam and let you know your results. FREE OF CHARGE!!
Private Boat Licence Practical Session
If it suits your circumstances we can arrange a Private Boat Licence Practical Training sessions from 2-8 persons on a date and time that suits your requirements. Please call 0434803687 to check our availability as we do conduct other training courses
Complete the practical Boat Licence course session in just 2-3 hours*
No LOGBOOK required
No THEORY session required
FREE practice tests provided
FREE final test with feedback on your results
Private Arrangement costs:
2 persons (min) $295.00 each
3 persons $285.00 each (Save $30.00)
4 persons $275.00 each (Save $80.00)
5 or more persons $265.00 each (Save $150.00+)
BONUS: On completion of the ‘Practical Session’ we will provide you with a Trial RMS Exam and let you know your results. FREE OF CHARGE!
*Time based on 6 persons in the course – Time may be more or less based on class numbers – Final exam conducted at Service NSW – Exam costs additional
Knowledge required to obtain a NSW General Boat and/or Jetski (PWC) Licence
To obtain a NSW General Boat and/or a Jetski (PWC) Licence requires knowledge in the following areas:
- Registration and Licencing Rules
- Distance to keep from people and objects
- Safety Equipment to be carried (Enclosed & Open Waters)
- Wearing of Lifejackets
- Responding to emergency situations
- Collision Regulations (Lights & Shapes)
- Buoyage System – Lateral & Cardinal Marks
- Preventing Fires
- Survival at Sea
- Environmental regulations
- Alcohol & drug regulations