RST Information - Useful Links and Forms

Recreational Skippers Ticket Course

On the first session of each course participants will receive a current copy of the RST workbook - it contains all of the information required for both the theory and practical components of the RST course.

Collection of the workbook may be organised at Reception with prior notice.

Further information on each of the forms can be found below.

Forms for Application

Pro Forma Letter of Consent

Medical Fitness Declearation


Proof of Identity Information

 

RST Course Materials - Workbooks and Quizes

RST Workbook

Practice Quizes

 

Eyesight Declaration

The Eyesight Declaration is required prior to the commencement of the practical session. This form is not required to be completed by those who hold an Australia driver's license or learners permit - for participants that do not hold these documents an eyesight form must be completed. Please ensure the Department of Transport form is used and the original is submitted to the Club - DoT will not accept copies or alternate forms.

Medical Fitness Declaration

A self-declared medical statement is required before obtaining the Western Australian Recreational Skipper's Ticket. Should you have any conditions that would affect your ability to safely operate a recreational vessel, including but not limited to; epilepsy, heart disease, high/low blood pressure, arthritis or diabetes you will need to ensure the Medical Fitness Declaration is completed and submitted as soon as possible.

Pro Forma Letter of Consent

The Pro Forma Letter of Consent is required for all participants under the age of 18. If you are under 18, please ensure the form is completed and submitted on the first day of the course. Please note that the Department of Transport requires the person signing the consent form to have the same surname as the participant. If the person signing the consent form has a different surname, the Department of Transport requires proof of legal guardianship in the form of the child's birth certificate or marriage certificate.

Proof of Identity

The Department of Transport requires assessors to sight proof of identity documentation. The easiest form of proof is an Australian driver's license, learners permit or Australian passport (not expired for more than two years). If you have none of these please read HERE carefully to ensure that you bring approved documentation. Please bring these documents with you on the first day of your course.