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      1. Since taking over the management of Sea School in 2013, we’ve had over 400 graduates successfully complete our maritime courses. We’ve worked closely with both AMSA and ASQA to build a quality driven RTO that offers exceptional training that creates real employment outcomes for our students. We offer flexible course options with opportunities for full-time and part-time study. Students can re-sit any part of their course before sitting the AMSA Certificate of Competency oral examination and trainers and staff are on hand to give advice and support along the way. Why choose us? We focus on skills; so practical, on-the-water training has a big emphasis Personalised assistance with preparing sea service documentation is our specialty Our professional, experienced trainers are all seafarers with strong industry links Class sizes are small so that students and teaching staff work closely in a personal and cooperative environment Our Job Register helps connect graduates with industry employers seeking qualified workers The growing maritime and marine sectors offer exciting pathways for keen mariners. I look forward to welcoming students who are looking for a rewarding career pathway.
      2. Boatsafe training location is at the Dry Storage Customer Lounge (adjacent to the boat ramp) in the Gold Coast City Marina, Coomera. Our training boat and jet ski are conveniently launched from here. Nautical Training & Marine Services will provide non-english speaking licence candidates and licence candidates that require literacy & numeracy support with the new Translator Declaration form. BYO Translator. Qld Boat & Jetski licences and new AMSA approved Ex 38 course Click for a profile of your friendly boat licence instructor Karla Del Herbert-Evans By choosing us for your nautical education you can gain the boat handling skills, knowledge of rules regulations, and basics of navigation that are required by Maritime Safety Qld to achieve your boat licence, called the Recreational Marine Driver Licence or RMDL and jetski (PWCL) competency certifications. We now provide Exemption 38 courses most weekends - AMSA approved assessor IN80 (TA91QLD). We provide quality nautical education and training in sound seamanship by coaching constant situation awareness and adherence to the law. Go below to download the BoatSafe Workbook activity pages put out by Maritime Safety Qld. We promote safety and respect for others with whom we share our busy waterways.