It is not a requirement to study before the course. Sea School provides a comprehensive face to face, step by step, presentation for all their boat licence and PWC licence courses.
NSW Maritime provides a Boating handbook to operate a vessel for recreational purposes on NSW waters which is a Learner's guide which includes a list of study questions known as the 'Boating Knowledge Quiz'. To learn about PWC / jet ski operations, we recommend the NSW Maritime Personal Watercraft Handbook.
NSW Maritime requires applicants to complete three training steps in order to receive their boat licence:
You must be able to communicate orally in English. If you have difficulties in this regard we recommend that you contact 'Interpreter Services' at NSW Maritime (phone 13 22 13) or visit your local NSW Maritime office who will arrange an appointment with an interpreter. We are also able to conduct the tests orally for applicants with special needs.
Sea School International is committed to providing an effective, efficient, timely, fair and confidential complaints and appeals handling procedure for all students.
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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 coxswain ticket were spot on.
Craig Mitchell, Managing Director, Sydney Harbour Bookings
recreational boat & jet ski