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CBE is not currently offering the unit standard as part of our Day Skipper programme. The unit standard is currently under review and is not available until further notice.
- Unit Standard 19491 V3
The minimum requirement for users of Maritime VHF Radio. Covers routine operation, safety, distress & urgency calling, trip reports, & weather.
6 Hours, 2 x level 2 credits
- Unit Standard 29570 V1
This course is intended to promote safety amongst recreational boaties. The course focuses on safety equipment which should be carried on any vessel. The purpose is to understand the potential risks aboard a small vessel, the best safety equipment to carry, how it functions, and how to properly use it. This course includes a practical, in-water component.
Hours: (In Info) Level 2
- Unit Standards: (LISTED BELOW)
This course covers essential lifesaving and trauma management skills in a marine environment. It is recognised by MNZ and RYA for commercial qualifications and meets the requirements for “workplace first-aid.” Marine Medic encompasses both Coastal Medic (Unit Standard: 6400, 1 x Level 2 Credit; 6401, 1 x Level 2 Credit; 6402, 1 x Level 2 Credit) and Offshore Medic, prerequisites of a current Coastal Medic Certificate, or equivalent with Unit Standard: 6400, 1 x Level 2 Credit; 6401, 1x Level 2 Credit; 6402, 1 x Level 2 Credit qualifications.