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Introduction To Basic Boating Safety

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  Schedule and Course Information

For course 20 & 27 January 2022 - Revision # 0

For course 30 March & 6 April 2022 - Revision # 0

Part of Southern Maine Community College Business and Community Division

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On Zoom

7 pm to 9 pm

Course Description and Requirements

"Introduction to Basic Boating Safety” is designed as a seminar for the novice boater to provide the most important safety needed. It focuses on safety equipment and best practices while also encouraging additional boater safety classes, a certificate course, and vessel safety check.

You will receive Zoom link a few days before class starts.

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 Students of our Public Education Courses are encouraged to give us feed back on courses that they  are taking.   Your feed back will help us to better improve our courses and let our instructors know if they are getting their message of safe boating across to you.  Click Here to go the feed back form page.


Dates

Topics To Be Covered For Dates Listed

 Instructor 

1/20/2022 Boaters and their responsibilities, Problems on the water, The Law, Boating Fatalities, Reasons for boating Accidents, Life Jackets, Communications, Distress signals, Paddle craft, Hazards, Maine Regulations, New Federal Laws, Engine safety, Fuel Safety, Anchoring, Carbon monoxide S. Gelder
1/27/2022 Obstructions, Bad decisions, Priority, Person overboard, Capsizing, Cold water exposure, Navigation rules, Navigation Lights, Charts and Navigation signs, Weather S. Gelder
     
3/30/2022 Boaters and their responsibilities, Problems on the water, The Law, Boating Fatalities, Reasons for boating Accidents, Life Jackets, Communications, Distress signals, Paddle craft, Hazards, Maine Regulations, New Federal Laws, Engine safety, Fuel Safety, Anchoring, Carbon monoxide S. Gelder
4/6/2022 Obstructions, Bad decisions, Priority, Person overboard, Capsizing, Cold water exposure, Navigation rules, Navigation Lights, Charts and Navigation signs, Weather S. Gelder
     

 

Contact Information

 Classroom Chairperson

Everett L. Henry II

Flotilla Staff Officer- Public Education 

Email:  Everett L. Henry II

Or fill out our "Public Education Feed Back Form"

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BE A RESPONSIBLE BOAT OPERATOR

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