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What to bring

Identification

100 point identification required.

Preferred: Drivers Licence, or birth certificate, current passport, Medicare card, or pension card.

 
Young adult identification

Preferred: Birth certificate.

If not available you must bring two forms of identification such as a current passport and Medicare card. A student card is considered a secondary identification. The parent/guardian must provide their identification and signatures to a training officer and sign the Roads and Maritime Services application before the course commences.

 
Eyesight test

Not required if you have an Australian drivers licence.

Otherwise; provide an eyesight test from an independent optometrist;
or complete the eyesight test whilst in a Roads and Maritime Services office (make sure you are proactive and ask for the test, or your new licence will be cancelled).
This also applies to young adults.

 
Photos

Two passport-quality photos are required for a PWC / jet ski licence.
(Not required for a boat licence)

Equipment

If you are doing the practical boating course then we suggest you bring the following:

Clothing

Casual clothes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and bring your wet weather gear in case it rains.

 
Footwear

Deck shoes, joggers, sandshoes or work boots (No thongs or sandals).

 
Food

Bottled water, snacks/food. You may also like to contact your trainer about local food and beverage options.

 

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Just wanted to thank you and your staff at Sea School. I have over 20 years experience in the teaching profession and work closely with Macquarie Uni & UTS and I can certainly say that your methods of teaching were spot on.

Craig Mitchell, Managing Director, Sydney Harbour Bookings