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Certificate II in Transport and Distribution

Southport, QLD

Subject: Driving

This qualification is a marine authority endorsed credential for people who are seeking qualifications to work as a Coxswain. Successful candidates who also meet marine authority requirements can take charge of commercial vessels of less than 12 metres in length and fishing vessels less than 15 metres in length involved in inshore operations. Some of the units in this qualification are also required to operate as a deckhand on commercial (including fishing) vessels.

This is a practical qualification and assessment tasks are work focused, therefore learners must be working in an appropriate...

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This qualification is a marine authority endorsed credential for people who are seeking qualifications to work as a Coxswain. Successful candidates who also meet marine authority requirements can take charge of commercial vessels of less than 12 metres in length and fishing vessels less than 15 metres in length involved in inshore operations. Some of the units in this qualification are also required to operate as a deckhand on commercial (including fishing) vessels.

This is a practical qualification and assessment tasks are work focused, therefore learners must be working in an appropriate role in the maritime industry.

There are no educational pre-requisites, but in circumstances where it is considered that a learner's language and/or literacy skills may not be at the required level, the language and literacy indicator designed for this qualification will be used to determine whether a learner needs assistance.

The issuance of a licence by a state/territory marine authority may also be dependant on the candidate meeting additional criteria including sea time, age and medical and eyesight standards. Marine authorities issue notes for guidance on licence pre-requisites.

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When

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Where

8 Gurrah Ave
Southport, QLD 4215

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

A candidate must lodge an appeal, where practicable, within 30 days of receiving the assessment result. Where appropriate...

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A candidate must lodge an appeal, where practicable, within 30 days of receiving the assessment result. Where appropriate the candidate should first approach the assessor concerned. Where the outcome is not satisfactory to the candidate

- The circumstances surrounding the issue
- Who was involved
- Why an appeal is being lodged
- Any evidence including dates and documentation
- The name of any witnesses who could support the case

AMTC will consider the appeal and the candidate will be notified in writing of the outcome and the reason for the decision. Action will be taken for each substantiated complaint. If the candidate is not satisfied with the outcome, the appeal will be referred to an independent person, who is agreed to by both parties, and the candidate will have an opportunity to formally present their case.

We maintain a record of training for every learner. If a learner does not have an up-to-date copy of their training record they can request one from the trainer or administration. Online records can be accessed at any time.

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Offered through

Australian Maritime Training Centre Pty Ltd