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Course Description

We are currently only offering this course in an online format.

Section One: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm + self-paced online modules
Section Two: 2:00 - 4:00 pm + self-paced online modules

You will learn about local ocean safety principles and practices; historical, cultural, and customary practices of Hawai‘i's ocean users; and rules regarding protected species and thrill craft operation in Hawai‘i. Effective January 2005 all recreational thrill craft (personal watercraft) operators must complete this certification class on the safe use and operation of a thrill craft. We have courses that are held on the islands of Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Oahu.

Registration closes 5 working days prior to start of course.

Prerequisites

YOU MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF SAFE BOATING PREREQUISITE BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS.

Call (808) 235-7433. wccocet@hawaii.edu.

Please present certification of Safe Boating in Hawaiian Waters or equivalent Hawaii State NASBLA-approved course.
Take this free online course.

Course Hours: 10
Course Category: Professional Development
Program Area: Sports and Fitness

I understand that I must complete a Hawaii DLNR-approved Safe Boating course (see question 11 for a list of approved courses:http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dobor/mandatory-boating-safety-education-qa/) or possess a USCG mariner credential prior to taking this class.
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Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Jul 25, 2020 to Aug 01, 2020
Contact Hours
10.0
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $125.00
Section Notes

YOU MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF SAFE BOATING PREREQ BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS.

Contact wccocet@hawaii.edu or call (808) 236-7433.

 

This is an online hybrid course.
Meets: Saturday (first and last class dates)10:00 am - 12:00 pm + self-paced online modules

Due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols, all face-to-face classes have been cancelled through the month of July. However a new online course has been created to meet the needs of the State of Hawai'i and the public with regards to Thrill Craft Operations and Tow-In Surfing licensing and education.

This new course utilizes the Canvas learning management system to deliver online course materials. Canvas has partnered with Zoom Video Communications Inc. to provide video conferencing for the class, you will not have to purchase any software to be able to take the course, you will have free access to Zoom.
 

REQUIRED TECHNOLOGY NEEDS

  • Active email address
  • Computer, Tablet (iPad, Galaxy, etc.) or Smartphone
  • Internet access
  • Device with camera, microphone & speaker for video conferencing
 

CLASS FORMAT

This 10 hour course will be delivered using all of the following formats.

  • Synchronous Online - Participants meet together in real time via ZOOM. These mandatory class sessions will happen on the first and last dates, Saturday morning 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. 
    •  First class - Introductions and share-out experiences, receive Canvas website instructions, and basic rules for operating thrill craft in the State of Hawai?i. 
    • Second class - For questions, address any issues for course completion, talk about next steps, and finally, congratulations and aloha.
  • Asynchronous Online - Participants are to complete the 6 hour self-paced online modules, between the start and end dates, Saturday - Saturday.
  • Licensing Exam - You will have two days after the completion of the course to pass the licensing exam.

Section One
Meeting time: Saturday (first and last class dates) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm + self-paced online modules

Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Jul 25, 2020 to Aug 01, 2020
Contact Hours
10.0
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $125.00
Section Notes

YOU MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF SAFE BOATING PREREQ BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS CLASS.

Contact wccocet@hawaii.edu or call (808) 236-7433.

 

This is an online hybrid course.
Meets: Saturday (first and last class dates) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm + self-paced online modules

Due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols, all face-to-face classes have been cancelled through the month of July. However a new online course has been created to meet the needs of the State of Hawai'i and the public with regards to Thrill Craft Operations and Tow-In Surfing licensing and education.

This new course utilizes the Canvas learning management system to deliver online course materials. Canvas has partnered with Zoom Video Communications Inc. to provide video conferencing for the class, you will not have to purchase any software to be able to take the course, you will have free access to Zoom.
 

REQUIRED TECHNOLOGY NEEDS

  • Active email address
  • Computer, Tablet (iPad, Galaxy, etc.) or Smartphone
  • Internet access
  • Device with camera, microphone & speaker for video conferencing
 

CLASS FORMAT

This 10 hour course will be delivered using all of the following formats.

  • Synchronous Online - Participants meet together in real time via ZOOM. These mandatory class sessions will happen on the first and last dates, Saturday afternoons 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. 
    •  First class - Introductions and share-out experiences, receive Canvas website instructions, and basic rules for operating thrill craft in the State of Hawai?i. 
    • Second class - For questions, address any issues for course completion, talk about next steps, and finally, congratulations and aloha.
  • Asynchronous Online - Participants are to complete the 6 hour self-paced online modules, between the start and end dates, Saturday - Saturday.
  • Licensing Exam - You will have two days after the completion of the course to pass the licensing exam.

Section Two
Meeting time: Saturday (first and last class dates) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm + self-paced online modules

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