It is a check on your proficiency in boat handling and your background knowledge of the shore-based elements of the powerboat Level 2 course syllabus.
It’s a good opportunity for you to demonstrate your abilities in the subjects being assessed.
Student to instructor max ratio
1 : 1
Minimum age = 16
A high standard of boat handling, seamanship and personal knowledge is required, all to the level of powerboat level 2 certificate course.
What To Bring
(Even if it's not sunny) We go fast so the wind might make you tear up a little.
+ gloves and a hat on colder days. It gets chilly on the river sometimes.
A good attitude to learn and demonstrate your knowledge!
A packed lunch or money to eat out
We have a fridge-freezer, kettle, microwave, small cooker, cutlery, plates, coffee/tea/sugar/milk for you to use.
Use of RIB incl. fuel
Use of lifejackets
Use of Kitchen
Experienced, enthusiastic and approachable instructors
Entry into G20 logbook upon successful course completion
When the assessment is completed your trainer will make an entry into your logbook G20 giving details of the venue, date and assessment outcome. This is what you will require to show your RYA Powerboat Instructor course trainer as proof of successful completion.
This course is ideal for employment at RYA training centres or working on
super yachts who wish to also qualify as a jet ski instructor.