|Course Title||MOCC - Non-Motorized Module - UDT
|Description||NOTE: The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s MOCC- Non-Motorized Boat Operator Certification Module is scheduled through the Regional Watercraft Safety Coordinators.
Please follow the link to view the class dates/locations and the contact person for your region.
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The non‐motorized module is divided into 4 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours in the field with a maximum of 6 students per instructor. Optimally, this will be instructed over a two day period. This course is not intended to be a substitute for a certified Swift Water Rescue course or the need to develop additional skills for running rivers. This course will teach you how to recognize and, with practice, skillfully avoid boating hazards.
Any suggestions for improving the course are welcome. Please contact Jake Schlapfer BLM‐ Anchorage District Office‐Alaska, 4700 BLM Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99507. (907‐267‐1281); email@example.com.
a. Understand watercraft reactions to various forces of flowing water.
b. Comprehend general rules for running rivers.
c. Determine if a section of moving water is safe to run.
d. Determine the best watercraft type, application and maintenance requirements.
e. Execute common maneuvers in watercraft on moving water.
f. Avoid common problems and identify hazardous situations.
Any person operating non-motorized Service watercraft.
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||3/10/2014 4:01:59 AM