|Course Title||MOCC - Motorboat Operator Certification Course - UDT
NOTE:The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s Motorboat Operator Certification Course is scheduled through the Regional Watercraft Safety Coordinators. Check http://nctc.fws.gov/mocc for class dates/locations and the contact person for your region.
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This course gives participants the training required to permit operation of Service-owned watercraft. It reviews minimum requirements for safe operation of motorboats and includes a review of legal requirements, preparations, navigation, operations, emergency procedures, rescue, self rescue, trailering, fire suppression and basic seamanship. The course includes both classroom and on-the-water instruction. There is an on-the-water practical exam during which the student must demonstrate certain skills to pass as well as a written exam with a passing grade of 70 required.
The objectives of the MOCC are to:
- Provide attendees with specific skills and knowledge that will allow them to make an informed decision about their own safety, the safety of any crew member, as well as the safety of the vessel
- Familiarize attendees with state-of-the-art watercraft safety equipment and other gear, through demonstration and actual use;
- Allow attendees to demonstrate, through written examination and physical demonstration, that they have adequate grasp of motorboat handling techniques and knowledge to safely operate a motorboat in a normal work environment.
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||3/9/2014 4:02:03 AM