Power Boat Courses:

RECREATIONAL SKIPPERS TICKET

Theory & Practical Assessments Only

In Western Australia, drivers of boats and yachts fitted with motors greater than 6hP must hold a Recreational Skipper's Ticket (RST). There are two assessments, a 30 question multiple choice theory paper and an on-water practical assessment. Both thery and practical assessments are generally carried out on the same day by arrangement with the Club RST Assessor.

Recreational Skipper's Ticket Training course (including assessments)

This 12 hour training course is suitable for new powerboat owners or novice users who require a 'stand and deliver' training course to prepare for the formal assessments. Please note, there is a minimum number required to run this course.

Prerequisite: It is recommended participants obtain a copy of 'A Guide to the Recreational Skipper's Ticker Workbook' and study the contents prior to course commencement.

Further Information: Please contact Training School Principal Jenn Suffield.

Recreational Skipper's Ticket Practical Training

Practical training in handling a small powered craft is available for those who wish to sit the RST but feel they should brush up on their boat handling skills. Individual training at a convinient time can be arranged through the Club. Up to three participants can be accomodated at a time on the vessel.

Prerequisite: It is recommended participants obtain a copy of 'A Guide to the Recreational Skipper's Ticker Workbook' and study the contents prior to course commencement.

Further Information: Please contact Training School Principal Jenn Suffield.