No one likes tests. So upon finding that you need to sit an assessment to get your recreational skippers ticket you may be a little nervous. Luckily, there is a handy little resource that you can use to ace that test. With the recreational skippers ticket workbook you should have all you need to pass your test and get on with the joys of boating.
What is recreational skipper’s ticket?
In order to skipper a boat in Perth you need a recreational skippers ticket. This acts as a certificate that proves your competency to be at the helm. The ticket doesn’t need to be renewed so as soon as you pass the assessment you can skipper your boat for life. The assessment comes in two parts, a theory component and a practical component with a flexible completion time.
What is the recreational skippers ticket workbook?
The Recreational Skippers Ticket Workbook has 8 chapters with all the information provided so that you’ll be able to study what you need to know for the test, with both the theory and practical components of the assessment being accounted for.
For the theoretical assessment, you can practice by trying to answer the series of skippers ticket theory questions available at the end of each chapter. Answers to these questions can be found at the back of the workbook. Completing these questions will give you a good insight into the type of questions that will be asked in the assessment.
For the practical assessment, instructions, drawings and even pace notes that cover the various skills needed are addressed, though typically an instructor may be needed to solidify these skills
Why you need to study the skippers workbook?
The Recreational Skippers Ticket Workbook is the best resource available for your assessment, especially the theory component. Studying the workbook and taking a skippers ticket practice test is hugely beneficial, even if you have a lot of practical experience. Typically, only 30% of the questions can be answered through knowledge gained from practical experience. All the information in the workbook is important for an aspiring skipper to know, including all relevant speeds and distances, numbers and facts.
What do I need to take to the assessment?
Numerous documents will need to be provided before you take the assessment. Proof of identity in required, often a Western Australian driver’s licence will be acceptable. Declarations for both medical fitness and eyesight proficiency are necessary as well as a letter of consent if you are less than 18 years old.
Why choose Sea Safe Boat School?
Sea Safe Boat School is the highest quality boat school in Perth. Their instructors are friendly and highly qualified, able to provide you with all the information you might need. With renowned courses at highly affordable prices, you can get your skippers ticket for less than you’d think. Plus, with the highest pass rate in Perth, why wouldn’t you use them? Visit their website and book your skippers ticket course today! They also have the skippers workbook available for download on their site.