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Marine Radio Course with DSC – ROC(M) Certification – SOLD OUT

Open to Non-Members

Instructed by the Toronto Canadian Power and Sail Squadron exclusively for the National Yacht Club.

ROCM CourseThe Maritime Radio course teaches emergency radio procedures and everyday operating techniques. Learn all about the uses of marine radios, choice of frequencies, operation, phonetic alphabet, procedural words and phrases, as well as Digital Selective Calling and the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System, (DSC/GMDSS). All mariners, including recreational boaters, will want to take advantage of the many features and capabilities of this innovative form “automatic” radio. Secure your lifeline. Be sure that you and your family take the Maritime Radio course.

This complete package with CD, and Digital Selective Calling, will prepare you for the Restricted Operator Certificate (Maritime) with DSC Endorsement exam. New this year is an e-book version of the student’s notes, so indicate your preference when signing up!

To operate a maritime radio, you need the certificate. It’s the law! Enroll the family!

Course Date:2016 Radio Course

  • Saturday, April 9th, 2016 from 9 am to 3 pm

Fee:

  • $105 + HST

Registration:
2016 General Course Registration Form
Please fill out the above registration form and drop off at the Club Office, fax to 416-260-8780 or email programs@thenyc.com. Call 416-260-8686 if you have any questions!


 

Toronto Power Vessel Operators Permit (Harbour License)

Open to Non-Members

The Practices and Procedures of the Toronto Port Authority state that a person operating a power driven vessel in the waters of the Port and Harbour of Toronto must be in possession of valid marine certification recognized by Transport Canada and the Toronto Port Authority. The Toronto Port Authority Operators Permit for Power Driven Vessels is a one evening courseinvolving an on-the-water test followed by in-class instruction and a written test. The National Yacht Club provides a 16-foot powerboat for the use of students during their on-the-water examination. This course can also be taken in conjunction with the Pleasure Craft Operator Card course.

2016 Course Dates:

  • TBA

Fees:

  • TBA

Study References:

Registration:
2016 General Course Registration Form
Please fill out the above registration form and drop off at the Club Office, fax to 416-260-8780 or email programs@thenyc.com. Call 416-260-8686 if you have any questions!


Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC)

Open to Non-Members

If you operate a pleasure craft with a motor for recreational purposes, on Canadian waters,
the Competency Of Operators Pleasure Craft Regulations require you to carry proof of competency at all times. All operators of any vessel with an engine, regardless of size, must carry a Pleasure Craft Operator Card. This one evening course involves in class instruction followed by a written test. The course is instructed by an accredited certified S.P.A.R.K. Start instructor with the course set out by the Canadian Yachting Association.

2016 Course Dates:

  • TBA

Fees:

  • TBA

Study References:

Registration:
2016 General Course Registration Form
Please fill out the above registration form and drop off at the Club Office, fax to 416-260-8780 or email programs@thenyc.com. Call 416-260-8686 if you have any questions!


Please note:
All courses and materials are subject to HST.