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P.S.A.'S · 8th April 2013
Terrace Power and Sail
Take a boating course to improve your boating safety knowledge, vessel handling
and navigation skills.

These courses are put on by your local Terrace Power and Sail members and offer excellent value in a comfortable, knowledge rich learning environment.


Marine VHF Operator Certificate - Commercial (ROC-M) - $80
(CENAUT 720)
To operate a maritime radio, you need the certificate. It's the law. The Maritime Radio course teaches emergency radio procedures. This course prepares you for the Restricted Operator Certificate (Maritime) with DSC Endorsement examination.

Location – Northwest Community College, Terrace Campus
April 15, 16, 18, 2013 - 7:00 - 10:00 PM


Boat Basic Seminar-$60
(CENAUT 721)

This course covers the essential information, reviewing: marine rules of the road, safety equipment regulations, navigational aids you need to know, anchoring and more. Upon successful completion students receive a Pleasure Craft Operator's Certificate, which is a mandatory requirement for every boater as of Sept 15, 2009.


Location – Northwest Community College, Terrace Campus
May 3 and 4, 2013 (Fr) 7-10 PM (Sa) 8:30-1 PM
To register please contact Northwest Community College - Sue Ann Norton at:
250-635-6511 or email snorton,,,nwcc.bc.ca

For more course information please contact
Dominic at 250-615-2012 or Ron 250-635-3189
Really?
Comment by James Ippel on 12th April 2013
I have been operating power boats safely for 60 years, and now I am required to obtain a licence?
Give your head a shake.
The power boats I have operated came with a small 1 1/2 HP to 350 HP, and everything in between. I have never had an accident, followed all the rules, and never endangered my family or others while operating a power boat.
This is just another money grab, and I am sick and tired of it.
Cute...
Comment by maggiejo johnson on 9th April 2013
Awww...Bobbie the Safety Boat looks so cute:)

But there's nothing 'cute' about not being safely prepared and trained while operating a vessel on the water. Good job in offering this course.