RST – Recreational Skippers Ticket
NPHC - National Powerboat Handling Certificate
Recreational Skippers Ticket
All persons in charge of recreational power craft including jet skis and yachts with motors fitted or having the capacity to fit a motor MUST obtain an RST.
The aim of this course is to give those with little or no experience in handling small powered boats an insight into the safe use of such craft and the equipment they must carry. As well as knowledge of the aspects of seamanship. navigation aids and weather which govern their use.
The course consists of a Theory and Practical component.
Will take place on a weekday during the evening at EFYC. Will start at 6pm and will go on until approximately 9pm.
This is a review session followed by the multiple choice theory assessment. To pass the theory portion of the RST you will need to obtain a mark of 80% or higher. You will not be able to complete the practical assessment until you successfully pass the theory assessment.
Please note: This session is designed as a review only and you will need to have a good understanding of the material contained in the RST Workbook before attending.
If you do not yet have a copy of the RST workbook you can download it from the workbook link below, Department of Transport Website or collect a copy from 1 Essex St, Fremantle.
Please bring to this session:
- Photo ID.
If you have a drivers licence with a photo this will both prove who you are and that your eyesight meets the minimum requirement to drive a boat. If you do not have a driver’s license you will need to have an eyesight test completed on an approved form and provide several pieces of alternate identification. Please give me a call for additional advice if you fall in this category
- A note book and pen
The Practical training session
Will be run one day over the weekend after the Theory session in the morning at EFYC. Click here to download the Recreational Skippers Practical syllabus
Please bring to this session:
If you have any questions or concerns please contact our on water Events Coordinator on 9339 8111 or
Best of luck with the successful completion of your Recreational Skippers Ticket!
Theory for members $40. Non members: $70.
Practical for members $90. Non members: $150
To register please complete this RST_Enrolment_Form 2012-13 (1)
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NATIONAL POWERBOAT HANDLING CERTIFICATE
RST TO NATIONAL POWERBOAT HANDLING CERTIFICATE
This course is designed as an upgrade course from Recreational Skippers Ticket to the nationally recognised YA National Powerboat Handling Certificate.
The RST to National Power Boat Course covers the additional competencies required to gain this Yachting Australia qualification. This qualification is required by those wishing to gain YA Instructor and officiating qualifications.
The Recreational Skippers Ticket is a pre-requisite to participate in this course.
Theory and practical sessions will take place during six hours (maximum) starting at 8am on a weekend morning.
Anyone interested in completing this course should register by completing available from our website or request one from our office.
A minimum of six participants are required and course commencement may be deferred until sufficient numbers are enrolled.
Theory and Practical : $120 members and $185 non members
TBC. For later programs please contact our office.
If you require any further information please contact our Events Coordinator on 9339 8111 or firstname.lastname@example.org