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We provide training for Boat Licences & PWC licences (jetski, jet ski ) all over Victoria including  regional and country locations.  Boat & jet ski license training is conducted over 4 hours at any commercial premises within Victoria.  We can come to you so you can be on the water in no time with your Boat & jetski licence.  For our onsite Boat & Jetski licence course you need to have a minimum number of people. Why not run a course after work or on the weekend with your friends, family or colleagues. Courses are for anyone 12 years old or older.  Participants aged older than 12 years, but not turned 16 years will be issued a Restricted Marine Licence with PWC endorsement when they attend VicRoads. This licence automatically transfers to a General Marine Licence at the age of 16 with no further testing required.

IMPORTANT courses will not be run at a residential address (home or house).  The course must be conducted at commercial premises for eg; A registered business, Sporting Club, RSL etc. We are available 24/7 with no travel or after hour’s fees. 

For Bookings or general enquiries then please email info@vicboatlicence.com.au

Licensing
Upon successful completion of the Boat & PWC licence course a certificate will be issued immediately to take home with you. This certificate is valid for 12 months from the date it is issued.  The certificate must be presented at VicRoads within 12 months of issue and the licence fees paid. You will be licenced for a period of 5 years. VicRoads outlets can be found by clicking here and scrolling down through the list. www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/contact-us/officelocations.

Assessment Process and Requirements
The assessment is conducted under test conditions where each participant is handed a question sheet and answer sheet.

  • There are 30 multiple choice questions for the boat component and you are required to get minimum 26 correct to be found competent.
  • There are 15 multiple choice questions for the PWC (jetski) component and you are required to get minimum 13 correct to be found competent.

Course Fees
Marine Licence Training with PWC endorsement and Assessment - $120.00     PWC only - $90.00
For Bookings or general enquiries then please email info@vicboatlicence.com.au

Reassessment Policy
If you are found not to be competent for both boat and PWC or either component, you will be allowed re-sit the component or components you were found not competent in. If you are found not competent after a re-sit you will be invited to re-book and attend another Marine Licence Training course in the future without charge.

Refund and Cancellation Policy

Cancellation by the participant
In cases where the participant cancels their enrolment in a course offered by Adam's Boat Course as an Approved Training Provider of Maritime Safety Victoria they will be offered a full refund of any monies paid so long as the cancellation is notified at least 48 hours prior to the commencement time for the course. If the cancellation is notified less than 48 hours prior to the commencement of the course the Chief Executive Officer may offer a refund, offer full or partial credit for another course or may refuse a refund at their discretion. In cases where there are extreme or extenuating circumstances requiring a participant to cancel less than 48 hours before the commencement of the course the participant is encouraged to explain their situation, and to provide evidence if possible, to the staff of Adam's Boat Course. This will assist in making a case for special consideration.

Cancellation by training Provider
If a course is cancelled all participants will be entitled to a full refund of any monies paid. At the discretion of the participant they may choose to instead use the refund owed to them as credit for another course enrolment.

Eligibility and Enrolment Requirements
Pursuant to regulation 30 of the Marine Safety Regulations 2012 (Vic) the following persons are not eligible to apply for a marine licence:

  • A person who is disqualified from obtaining a marine licence, during the period of that disqualification
  • A person who is the holder of a marine licence that has been suspended, during the period of that suspension
  • A person who is disqualified from obtaining a licence or other authority to be the master of or to operate a recreational vessel under
    (i) the law of another State or Territory, or
    (ii) the law of another country,

in circumstances which, if they occurred in Victoria, would have resulted in the person being disqualified from obtaining a marine licence in Victoria

  • A person who is the holder of a licence or other authority to operate a recreational vessel issued by another State or Territory that has been suspended , during the period of that suspension

Applicants should note that they will be required to meet the health requirements for operating a car, motorcycle or boat and this may include further testing where appropriate.

Photo ID Required on the day of training – normally a drivers licence (other ID may be accepted – please refer to the list below if a you do not have a drivers licence )

In order to enrol in a course, a participant is required to provide evidence of their identity. This must be verified by an Adam's Boat Course staff member who has been adequately trained as documented in their Administration Staff Induction Checklist or Trainer/Assessor Induction Checklist.The staff member will sight the original evidence of identity documentation and will certify on the enrolment form that they have done so.
Acceptable evidence of identity sourced from the MSV Marine Licence Training Administration Procedures
The evidence of identity required is defined as a photo licence OR multiple evidence of identity.

Photo Licence
A photo licence means any Australian photo driver licence or photo learner permit which is current or expired by no more than 2 years.

Multiple Evidence of Identity
For transactions where multiple EOI is required it is necessary to provide:

  • a primary evidence document (high quality evidence of who the applicant is),
  • a secondary evidence document (to confirm the current use of the applicant's name in the community),
  • evidence of change of name (where it differs between primary and secondary evidence documents).

Primary and secondary evidence documents must be separate documents.
All documents must be originals as supplied by the issuing authority (or copies certified by the issuing authority, a Justice of the Peace or a solicitor).
AT least one document must evidence the address. If it does not then a referee statement must be filled out. The address does not have to be in Victoria or Australia.

Primary Evidence Documents
One of these documents:

  • Australian passport,
  • An overseas passport,
  • Australian birth certificate or change of name certificate issued by the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Birth extracts and Commemorative birth certificates are not accepted,
  • change of name certificate issued by the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages,
  • a document of identity issued by the Passport Office (usually issued to travellers to Norfolk Island),
  • document of identity issued by the Australian Passport Office,
  • Australian police force officer or Australian Defence Force photo identity card excluding civilian staff),
  • consular photo identity card issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade,
  • Australian naturalisation or citizenship document issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (read note 1),
  • immigration papers (eg. visa) issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (read note 2),
  • NSW Photo Card (issued by NSW RTA after 14 December 2005).

OR

One of these documents that is current or expired by no more than two years:

  • Australian defence force photo licence, or
  • Victorian firearm photo licence.

AND

Secondary evidence documents
In addition to one of the above primary evidence documents the applicant must provide one secondary evidence document from the list below:

  • Medicare card,
  • Pensioner Concession card,
  • Department of Veteran's Affairs card,
  • current entitlement card issued by the Commonwealth,
  • student identity card,
  • credit card or account card from a bank, building society or credit union,
  • state or federal government employee photo ID card.
  • Medicare card,
  • Pensioner Concession card,
  • Department of Veteran's Affairs card,
  • current entitlement card issued by the Commonwealth,
  • student identity card,
  • credit card or account card from a bank, building society or credit union,
  • state or federal government employee photo ID card.

OR;

One of these documents that is current or no more than one year old:

  • passbook or bank account statement,
  • telephone, gas or electricity bill.

OR;

One of these documents that is current or no more than two years old:

  • electoral enrolment card,
  • armed services discharge papers,
  • current Proof of Age card issued by Consumer Affairs Victoria,
  • current Victorian Driving Authority photo identity card.

Evidence of change of name

The applicant will need one of the following documents if the name is different on the primary and secondary evidence documents:

  • marriage certificate issued by a Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages in Australia,
  • divorce papers (showing the name being reverted to),
  • Deed Poll (issued before November 1986 in Victoria), or
  • Change of Name Certificate (issued after November 1986 in Victoria). 

Evidence of address where the applicant cannot provide it with primary or secondary documents If an applicant cannot provide documentary evidence of an address, a referee statement is acceptable. The referee statement must:

  • Be signed by a Victorian driver licence holder who has known the applicant for 12 months or more,
  • Include the applicant’s name and address, and
  • Include the referee’s name and address

Note 1 – This refers to an Australian naturalisation or citizenship document issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
If the applicant is under 16 years of age the document may be in the name of a parent provided that the applicant is also listed on the document. The applicant’s parent's licence must be sighted and the number recorded. If the parent does not hold a licence, a statutory declaration must be provided.
Note 2 – This refers to immigration papers (ie. visa) issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
If the applicant is under 18 years of age, the document may be in the name of a parent or legal guardian provided that the applicant is also listed on the document. The applicant’s parent's licence must be sighted and the number recorded. If the parent does not hold a licence, a statutory declaration must be provided.

For Bookings or general enquiries then please email info@vicboatlicence.com.au
ABN 90 600 238 935

Victorian Marine Assessments is a part of Adam's Boat Course (RTO 41236), a Registered Training Organisation that is Transport Safety Victoria approved and complies with National Standards for Training.

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