Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations

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Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations

SOR/99-53CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001
Registration 1999-01-15
Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations
P.C. 1999-11  1999-01-15His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport and the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, pursuant to section 562Footnote a of the Canada Shipping Act, hereby makes the annexed Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations.
Return to footnote aR.S., c. 6 (3rd Supp.), s. 77Interpretation

1 The definitions in this section apply in these Regulations.

accredited course
accredited course means a series of lessons in respect of boating safety that has been accredited by the Department of Transport under section 6. (cours agréé)
accredited test
accredited test means a test referred to in paragraph 7(4)(c). (examen agréé)
Boating Safety Course Completion Card
Boating Safety Course Completion Card means a card issued, by a person who provided a boating safety course in Canada, to a person who successfully completed the course before April 1, 1999. (carte de réussite d’un cours de sécurité nautique)
candidate
candidate means a person presenting themselves at a test site to take the test or a person taking the test for a Pleasure Craft Operator Card. (candidat)
CCG-accredited course
CCG-accredited course[Repealed, SOR/2007-124, s. 1]
CCG-accredited test
CCG-accredited test[Repealed, SOR/2007-124, s. 1]
course provider
course provider means a person who has obtained the accreditation of a boating safety course in accordance with section 6. (prestataire de cours)
enforcement officer
enforcement officer[Repealed, SOR/2013-234, s. 1]
operate
operate means the action of controlling the speed and course of a pleasure craft. (conduire)
Pleasure Craft Operator Card
Pleasure Craft Operator Card means a card issued by a course provider that attests that the cardholder has received a mark of at least 75 per cent on a test. (carte de conducteur d’embarcation de plaisance)
proof of age
proof of age means a Pleasure Craft Operator Card, birth certificate, baptismal certificate, passport, driver’s licence or other official document that sets out the person’s date of birth. (preuve d’âge)
proof of competency
proof of competency means a Pleasure Craft Operator Card, a Boating Safety Course Completion Card, a rental boat safety checklist, proof of the successful completion of a boating safety course, or a certificate or other document pertaining to boating safety knowledge, as required under section 4. (preuve de compétence)
proof of residency
proof of residency means a passport, driver’s licence or other official government document that sets out a person’s place of residence. (preuve de résidence)
test
test means a boating safety test that meets the requirements of section 7 taken for the purpose of obtaining a Pleasure Craft Operator Card. (examen)

SOR/2002-18, s. 1;
SOR/2007-124, s. 1, err., Vol. 141, No. 15;
SOR/2013-234, s. 1.

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Application

2 (1) These Regulations apply in respect of pleasure craft that are fitted with a motor and that are operated for recreational purposes in Canadian waters, other than the waters of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
(2) These Regulations do not apply in respect of seaplanes.

Prohibitions

3 (1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall operate a pleasure craft unless the person

(a) is competent to operate the pleasure craft in accordance with section 4; and
(b) has proof of competency on board.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who

(a) is operating the pleasure craft under the supervision of an instructor as part of an accredited course;
(b) is not a resident of Canada and whose pleasure craft is in Canada for less than 45 consecutive days; or
(c) has proof on board that the person holds a certificate of competency, training certificate, endorsement or other equivalency listed in the schedule.
(d) [Repealed, SOR/2013-234, s. 2]

(2.1) No person in charge of a pleasure craft shall allow another person to operate the pleasure craft unless that other person is a person referred to in subsection (1) or (2).
(3) A person referred to in paragraph (2)(b) or 4(2)(b) shall not operate a pleasure craft without proof of residency on board the pleasure craft.
(4) Except where replacing a previously issued card or issuing a card to a person providing proof that the person holds a certificate of competency, training certificate, endorsement or other equivalency listed in the schedule, no course provider shall issue a Pleasure Craft Operator Card to a candidate unless the provider or their agent has administered to the candidate a test that meets the requirements of section 7.

SOR/2002-18, s. 2;
SOR/2007-124, s. 2, err., Vol. 141, No. 15;
SOR/2013-234, s. 2.

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Competency

4 (1) Subject to subsection (2), a person is competent to operate a pleasure craft

(a) if the person has received a mark of at least 75 per cent on a test and has been issued a Pleasure Craft Operator Card;
(b) if the person had successfully completed a recreational boating safety course in Canada before April 1, 1999 and has a Boating Safety Course Completion Card or other written proof of that completion; or

(c) in the case of a pleasure craft rented from a rental agency or from a representative of a rental agency,

(i) if the person meets the condition set out in paragraphs (a) or (b), or
(ii) if the person and the agency or representative complete and sign, before the pleasure craft is operated, a rental boat safety checklist that contains the information referred to in section 8 and the person operates the pleasure craft only during the rental period.

(2) A person who is not a resident of Canada is competent to operate a pleasure craft if the person

(a) has proof of competency as set out in subsection (1); or
(b) has been issued a certificate or other similar document that meets the requirements of the person’s state or country.

SOR/2007-124, s. 3, err., Vol. 141, No. 15;
SOR/2013-234, s. 3.

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5 [Repealed, SOR/2007-124, s. 4, err., Vol. 141, No. 15]
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Accredited Courses

[SOR/2007-124, s. 5, err., Vol. 141, No. 15]

6 (1) A person shall apply for the accreditation of a boating safety course by making a written request and submitting 4 copies of the course to the Department of Transport.

(2) The Department of Transport may accredit, as an accredited course, a course that

(a) defines boating terms and expressions;
(b) describes the responsibilities of the operators of pleasure craft, including the requirement to have the appropriate equipment and charts, maps and other documents on board the pleasure craft;
(c) sets out safety procedures to be followed by operators and occupants of pleasure craft, including appropriate responses to boating emergencies and other situations;
(d) sets out general boating safety knowledge; and

(e) reviews these Regulations and the provisions of the following statutes and regulations relating to the matters referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c), as applicable:

(i) the Canada Shipping Act, 2001,
(ii) the provisions of the Contraventions Act and the regulations made under it that pertain to contraventions of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 and the regulations made under it,
(iii) the Criminal Code,
(iv) the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations,
(v) the Charts and Nautical Publications Regulations, 1995,
(vi) the Collision Regulations, and
(vii) the Small Vessel Regulations.

(3) The Department of Transport may

(a) suspend the accreditation of any boating safety course where the course no longer meets the criteria set out in subsection (2); and
(b) reinstate the accreditation where the reasons for the suspension have been remedied.

SOR/2007-124, s. 6, err., Vol. 141, No. 15;
SOR/2013-234, s. 4.

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Test Administered Under an Approved Protocol

7 (1) Subject to section 7.1, a course provider or their agent may administer a test only if the test

(a) is administered in accordance with the course provider’s test protocol submitted to and approved by the Minister; and
(b) meets the requirements of subsections (3) and (4).

(2) The Minister shall approve a test protocol if it contains procedures ensuring that

(a) the identity and age of each candidate are verified;

(b) each candidate receives clear instructions, before the test begins, on

(i) the maximum duration of the test,
(ii) the passing grade, and
(iii) the procedures to be followed to complete the test;

(c) during the test, no candidate

(i) communicates with any person other than the person administering the test,
(ii) has access to documentation other than the test and the instructions that relate to it,
(iii) copies, removes from the test site or sends to anyone the test or any portion of it, or
(iv) consumes alcoholic beverages;

(d) the test site is a site

(i) that is designated solely for the use of the person administering the test, candidates and, if applicable, agents of the Department of Transport, for the duration of the test,
(ii) that is owned, leased, occupied or otherwise controlled by the course provider but that is in no way under the control of a candidate taking the test such as a site that is the residence of a candidate taking the test,
(iii) in respect of which the course provider has undertaken to permit access, on request, to any agents of the Department of Transport,
(iv) that conforms to the description furnished by the course provider in their test protocol, and
(v) that, in the case of a test site situated within a space where a commercial or sporting activity occurs concurrently with the test, is delineated by walls or partitions in such a manner that the candidates are incapable of seeing anything outside the test site during the taking of the test except through a window;

(e) no candidate may take a test more than once in one day;
(f) any candidate who does not comply with the requirements of paragraph (c) is removed from the test site and their answers automatically rejected for that test;
(g) the ratio of candidates to persons administering the test shall not exceed 20 to 1; and
(h) a copy of the test protocol shall be available at the test site for consultation, including an inspection by an agent of the Department of Transport.

(3) All tests shall be supervised throughout their duration by the person administering the test and can be provided to a candidate only at a test site and in one of the following formats:

(a) in paper format;
(b) electronically by computer; or

(c) by one of the following means if the candidate is the sole candidate present:

(i) in the case of a candidate who does not fluently read English or French or is deaf or mute, by the person administering the test asking the questions orally, if necessary through a competent and independent interpreter, and
(ii) in any other specific case, by any other method of communication that meets the needs generated by a candidate’s documented health problem.

(4) The following requirements apply to the type of test specified:

(a) every test shall be composed of 36 items or questions distributed as follows:

(i) 9 items or questions on the matters referred to in paragraph 6(2)(a) and the provisions referred to in paragraph 6(2)(e) that are applicable to those matters,
(ii) 9 items or questions on the matters referred to in paragraph 6(2)(b) and the provisions referred to in paragraph 6(2)(e) that are applicable to those matters,
(iii) 12 items or questions on the matters referred to in paragraph 6(2)(c) and the provisions referred to in paragraph 6(2)(e) that are applicable to those matters, and
(iv) 6 items or questions on the matters referred to in paragraph 6(2)(d);

(b) in the case of a test other than one referred to in paragraph (c) and in the case of all tests administered by computer, the items or questions shall be randomly selected from the most recent bank of questions provided by the Department of Transport to course providers who have had their test protocols approved under subsection (2); and
(c) in the case of a test accredited before July 24, 2003 and administered by the person who obtained the accreditation or their agent, the test shall not have been altered since that accreditation.

SOR/2007-124, s. 7, err., Vol. 141, No. 15;
SOR/2013-234, s. 5.

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Suspension of Accreditation or Approval

7.1 (1) If a course provider issues a Pleasure Craft Operator Card without having complied with subsection 3(4), if a test is not administered in accordance with the test protocol approved under subsection 7(2) and applicable to it or it is demonstrated that a course is being given or a test is being administered to a candidate in such a manner that, on completion of the course or the test, the person’s knowledge of the matters referred to in subsection 6(2) is doubtful, the Department of Transport may do any or all of the following:

(a) suspend the accreditation of an accredited course;
(b) suspend the accreditation of an accredited test; and
(c) suspend the approval of a test protocol under subsection 7(2).

(2) The Department of Transport shall reinstate an accreditation or approval suspended under subsection (1) if the situation that justified the suspension has been remedied.
(3)  No person shall administer a course whose accreditation has been suspended or a test whose accreditation or whose test protocol approval has been suspended, except where an accreditation or approval has been reinstated.

SOR/2002-18, s. 4;
SOR/2007-124, s. 7, err., Vol. 141, No. 15.

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Rental Boat Safety Checklist

8 A rental agency or a representative of a rental agency shall include, in the rental boat safety checklist for a pleasure craft, a statement that the agency or representative has given to every person who will operate the pleasure craft information pertaining to

(a) the operation of the pleasure craft;
(b) the principal boating safety rules; and
(c) the geographic features and hazards in the area in which the pleasure craft will be operated.

SOR/2013-234, s. 6.
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8.1 [Repealed, SOR/2013-234, s. 7]
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8.2 [Repealed, SOR/2013-234, s. 7]
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8.3 [Repealed, SOR/2007-124, s. 8, err., Vol. 141, No. 15]
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Coming into Force

9 These Regulations come into force on April 1, 1999.

SCHEDULE(Paragraph 3(2)(c) and subsection 3(4))List of Certificates of Competency, Training Certificates, Endorsements and Other Equivalencies

PART 1 Issued by Department of Transport

Barge Supervisor, MOU/Self-elevating
Superviseur de barge, UML/auto-élévatrice

Barge Supervisor, MOU/Surface
Superviseur de barge, UML/surface

Bridge Watchman
Homme de quart à la passerelle

Bridge Watch Rating
Matelot de quart à la passerelle

Certificate of Service as Master of a fishing vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage
Brevet de service de capitaine de bâtiment de pêche, jauge brute de moins de 60

Certificate of Service as Master of a fishing vessel of not more than 100 tons, gross tonnage
Brevet de service de capitaine de bateau de pêche d’au plus 100 tonneaux de jauge brute

Certificate of Service as Master of a ship of not more than 1600 tons, gross tonnage
Brevet de service de capitaine de navire d’au plus 1 600 tonneaux de jauge brute

Certificate of Service as Master of a steamship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage
Brevet de service de capitaine de navire à vapeur d’au plus 350 tonneaux de jauge brute ou Brevet de service de capitaine de navire à vapeur d’une jauge brute maximale de 350 tonneaux

Certificate of Service as Watchkeeping Mate of a fishing vessel of less than 24 metres in length
Brevet de service d’officier de pont de quart de bâtiment de pêche d’une longueur hors-tout de moins de 24 mètres

Certificate of Service as Watchkeeping Mate of a fishing vessel of less than 100 gross tonnage
Brevet de service d’officier de pont de quart de bâtiment de pêche d’une jauge brute de moins de 100

Chief Mate
Premier officier de pont

Chief Mate 150 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
Premier officier de pont, jauge brute de 150, navigation intérieure

Chief Mate 500 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
Premier officier de pont, jauge brute de 500, navigation intérieure

Chief Mate, Limited for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more
Premier officier de pont, avec restrictions, bâtiment d’une jauge brute de 60 ou plus

Chief Mate, Limited for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage
Premier officier de pont, avec restrictions, bâtiment d’une jauge brute de moins de 60

Chief Mate, Near Coastal
Premier officier de pont, à proximité du littoral

First Mate, Foreign-going
Premier lieutenant d’un navire à vapeur au long cours

First Mate, Home Trade
Premier lieutenant d’un navire à vapeur de cabotage

First Mate Home Trade, Second Mate Foreign-going
Premier lieutenant au cabotage, deuxième lieutenant au long cours

First Mate, Inland Waters
Premier lieutenant, eaux intérieures

First Mate, Intermediate Run Ferry
Premier lieutenant de transbordeur à trajet intermédiaire

First Mate, Intermediate Voyage
Premier officier de pont, voyage intermédiaire

First Mate, Limited
Premier officier de pont, avec restrictions

First Mate, Limited for an intermediate run ferry
Premier officier de pont, avec restrictions, pour un traversier parcourant des distances intermédiaires

First Mate, Limited for a short run ferry
Premier officier de pont, avec restrictions, pour un traversier parcourant de courtes distances

First Mate, Local Voyage
Premier officier de pont, voyage local

First Mate, Long Run Ferry
Premier lieutenant de transbordeur à trajet long

First Mate, Short Run Ferry
Premier lieutenant de transbordeur à trajet court

Fishing Master
Capitaine de bateau de pêche

Fishing Master, First Class
Capitaine de bâtiment de pêche, première classe ou Capitaine de pêche, première classe

Fishing Master, Fourth Class
Capitaine de bâtiment de pêche, quatrième classe ou Capitaine de pêche, quatrième classe

Fishing Master, Restricted
Capitaine de bateau de pêche, avec restrictions

Fishing Master, Second Class
Capitaine de bâtiment de pêche, deuxième classe ou Capitaine de pêche, deuxième classe

Fishing Master, Third Class
Capitaine de bâtiment de pêche, troisième classe ou Capitaine de pêche, troisième classe

Fishing Mate
Lieutenant de bateau de pêche

Master 150 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
Capitaine, jauge brute de 150, navigation intérieure

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
Capitaine, jauge brute de 500, navigation intérieure

Master 3000 Gross Tonnage, Domestic
Capitaine, jauge brute de 3 000, navigation intérieure

Master 3000 Gross Tonnage, Domestic, Limited to a Near Coastal Voyage, Class 2 if the voyage is a minor waters voyage as defined in the Canada Shipping Act, in the version that was in force immediately before the coming into force of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001
Capitaine, jauge brute de 3 000, navigation intérieure, limité aux voyages à proximité du littoral, classe 2, s’il s’agit de voyages en eaux secondaires au sens de la Loi sur la marine marchande du Canada, dans sa version en vigueur avant l’entrée en vigueur de la Loi de 2001 sur la marine marchande du Canada

Master 500 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
Capitaine, jauge brute de 500, à proximité du littoral

Master 3000 Gross Tonnage, Near Coastal
Capitaine, jauge brute de 3 000, à proximité du littoral

Master, Foreign-going
Capitaine d’un navire à vapeur au long cours

Master, Foreign-going Certificate of Service
Brevet de service de capitaine d’un navire à vapeur au long cours

Master, Home Trade
Capitaine au cabotage

Master Home Trade, First Mate Foreign-going
Capitaine au cabotage, premier lieutenant au long cours

Master, Inland Waters
Capitaine, eaux intérieures

Master, Intermediate Run Ferry
Capitaine de transbordeur à trajet intermédiaire

Master, Intermediate Voyage
Capitaine, voyage intermédiaire

Master, Limited
Capitaine, avec restrictions

Master, Limited for an intermediate run ferry
Capitaine, avec restrictions, pour un traversier parcourant des distances intermédiaires

Master, Limited for a pleasure yacht of more than 20 metres in length
Capitaine, avec restrictions, pour un yacht de plaisance de plus de 20 mètres de longueur

Master, Limited for a short run ferry
Capitaine, avec restrictions, pour un traversier parcourant de courtes distances

Master, Limited for a vessel of 60 gross tonnage or more
Capitaine, avec restrictions, bâtiment d’une jauge brute de 60 ou plus

Master, Limited for a vessel of less than 60 gross tonnage
Capitaine, avec restrictions, bâtiment d’une jauge brute de moins de 60

Master, Local Voyage
Capitaine, voyage local

Master, Long Run Ferry
Capitaine de transbordeur à trajet long

Master Mariner
Capitaine au long cours

Master, Minor Waters
Capitaine d’eaux secondaires

Master, Near Coastal
Capitaine, à proximité du littoral

Master, Ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade or inland waters
Capitaine d’un navire d’au plus 350 tonneaux, jauge brute, ou d’un remorqueur, cabotage ou eaux intérieures

Master, Ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, home trade voyage
Capitaine, navire d’au plus 350 tonneaux de jauge brute ou remorqueur, cabotage ou Capitaine de navire d’une jauge brute maximale de 350 tonneaux ou de remorqueur affecté à un voyage au cabotage ou Capitaine d’un navire d’au plus 350 tonneaux, jauge brute, ou d’un remorqueur, cabotage

Master, Ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, inland waters voyage
Capitaine, navire d’au plus 350 tonneaux de jauge brute ou remorqueur, eaux intérieures ou Capitaine de navire d’une jauge brute maximale de 350 tonneaux ou de remorqueur affecté à un voyage en eaux intérieures

Master, Ship of not more than 350 tons, gross tonnage, or tug, local voyage
Capitaine, navire d’au plus 350 tonneaux de jauge brute ou remorqueur, voyage local

Master, Short Run Ferry
Capitaine de transbordeur à trajet court

Offshore Installation Manager, MOU/Self-elevating
Chef d’installation au large, UML/auto-élévatrice

Offshore Installation Manager, MOU/Surface
Chef d’installation au large, UML/surface

Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats
Aptitude à l’exploitation des canots de secours rapides

Proof of at least seven fishing seasons, with no two of those seasons occurring in the same year, as master of a fishing vessel of up to 15 gross tonnage or not more than 12 metres in overall length, acquired before July 1, 2007, in the form of a signed declaration or a Transport Canada card that is issued in respect of the signed declaration
Preuve d’au moins sept saisons de pêche, dont deux ne peuvent survenir dans une même année, à titre de capitaine d’un bâtiment de pêche d’une jauge brute d’au plus 15 ou d’une longueur hors-tout d’au plus 12 mètres obtenue avant le 1er juillet 2007, sous forme de déclaration signée ou d’une carte de Transports Canada délivrée à l’égard de la déclaration signée

Proof of at least seven fishing seasons, with no two of those seasons occurring in the same year, as officer in charge of deck watch of a fishing vessel of up to 15 gross tonnage or not more than 12 metres in overall length, acquired before July 1, 2007, in the form of a signed declaration or a Transport Canada card that is issued in respect of the signed declaration
Preuve d’au moins sept saisons de pêche, dont deux ne peuvent survenir dans une même année, à titre d’officier de pont de quart d’un bâtiment de pêche d’une jauge brute d’au plus 15 ou d’une longueur hors-tout d’au plus 12 mètres obtenue avant le 1er juillet 2007, sous forme de déclaration signée ou d’une carte de Transports Canada délivrée à l’égard de la déclaration signée

Restricted Watchkeeping Mate, Ship
Officier de pont de quart de navire, avec restrictions

Second Mate, Foreign-going
Deuxième lieutenant d’un navire à vapeur au long cours

Second Mate, Home Trade
Deuxième lieutenant d’un navire à vapeur au cabotage

Second Mate, Inland Waters
Deuxième lieutenant, eaux intérieures

Watchkeeping Mate
Officier de pont de quart ou Officier de pont de quart de navire

Watchkeeping Mate, Fishing
Lieutenant de quart de navire de pêche

Watchkeeping Mate, MODU/Inland
Officier de pont de quart, UMFM/eaux internes

Watchkeeping Mate, MODU/Self-elevating
Officier de pont de quart, UMFM/auto-élévatrice

Watchkeeping Mate, MODU/Surface
Officier de pont de quart, UMFM/surface

Watchkeeping Mate, Near Coastal
Officier de pont de quart, à proximité du littoral

Watchkeeping Mate of a fishing vessel of less than 24 metres in length overall
Officier de pont de quart de bâtiment de pêche d’une longueur hors-tout de moins de 24 mètres

Watchkeeping Mate, Ship
Officier de pont de quart de navire

Watchkeeping Officer of a fishing vessel of not more than 150 gross tonnage and less than 24 metres in overall length
Officier de quart d’un bâtiment de pêche d’une jauge brute d’au plus 150 et d’une longueur hors-tout de moins de 24 mètres

PART 2 Issued by Canadian Coast Guard

Coast Guard Command Certificate
Brevet de commandement de la flotte de la Garde côtière canadienne

Coast Guard Command Endorsement
Attestation de commandement de la flotte de la Garde côtière canadienne

Coast Guard Small Vessel Command Certificate
Brevet de commandement de petits navires de la Garde côtière canadienne

Coast Guard Small Vessel Command Endorsement
Attestation de commandement de petits navires de la Garde côtière canadienne

Coast Guard Watchkeeping Certificate
Brevet d’officier de quart de la Garde côtière canadienne

Coast Guard Watchkeeping Endorsement
Attestation d’officier de quart de la Garde côtière canadienne

Fast Rescue Craft Course
Formation pour embarcation rapide de sauvetage

Rigid Hull Inflatable Operator Training
Formation pour opérateur d’embarcation à coque pneumatique rigide

Small Craft Operator – Advanced
Formation d’opérateur de petite embarcation — niveau avancé

Small Craft Operator – Basic
Formation d’opérateur de petite embarcation de base

Small Craft Training
Formation pour les petites embarcations

PART 3 Issued by Department of National Defence

Bridge Watchkeeping
Officier de quart à la passerelle

Deep Draught Officer or Fleet Navigating Officer
Officier navigateur de haute mer ou de flotte

Destroyer Navigating Officer
Officier navigateur de destroyer

Minor War Vessel or Surface Ship Command (delivered after 1997)
Capitaine d’un petit bâtiment de guerre ou de surface (délivré après 1997)

Patrol Vessel Command
Capitaine de bâtiment de patrouille

Royal Canadian Navy Boat Coxswain Course
Cours de timonier de la Marine royale canadienne

Surface Ship Command
Capitaine d’un navire de surface

Upper Deck Watchkeeping
Quart à la passerelle

PART 4 Issued by Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Small Vessel Operator – Commercial/Fishing Vessels
Conducteur de petits bâtiments – Bâtiments de pêche commerciale

PART 5 Issued by Professional Fish Harvesters Certification Board of Newfoundland and Labrador

Basic Safety For Fish Harvesters (5 Days)
Cours de sécurité de base pour pêcheurs (cinq jours)

PART 6 Issued by Recognized Institution

Basic Safety and Operator Proficiency for Small Non-Pleasure Craft in Sheltered Waters (MED A4)
Certificat de cours élémentaire de sécurité et compétences des conducteurs de petits bâtiments avec autres que des embarcations de plaisance en eaux abritées (FUM A4)

Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP) training certificate
Certificat de formation de conducteur de petits bâtiments

SOR/2013-234, s. 8.