This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more
Add just one day to your study programme and be qualified to operate a vessel carrying any number of people on board.
This one-day session will test your communication skills and leadership through a range of real-time scenarios. This will not only breed confidence in you but also help you deal with the unexpected - an imperative out in the workplace and especially so in the maritime industry.
Once you have your SRL certificate and six months of sea services on a commercial passenger vehicle, you can perform a skipper’s (master’s) functions and duties on passenger ships less than 12 metres in length overall, carrying any number of passengers within restricted limits (which includes both enclosed and inshore limits).
Imagine operating a charter boat in the Abel Tasman National Park or skippering an engine-powered catamaran across the Kaikoura Canyon watching Humpback whales, dolphins and albatross breach for air then dive in search of food. Not too shabby, right?
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