Boat & Jetski Licence (Recreational)

MSSCT is an approved Transport and Main Roads (TMR)  Boatsafe Training Provider, offering
Queensland Recreational Jetski & Boat License courses servicing the Ipswich Regional District,

including Karalee, Somerset Region, Toowoomba, Toogoolawah, Esk, Fernvale, Lowood, Karana Downs, Blacksoil, Chuwar, Pine Mountain, Tivoli, Brassall, North Ipswich, East Ipswich, Coalfalls, Basin Pocket, Dimore, Riverview, Redbank, Booval, Bundamba, Flinders View, Raceview, Woodend, Leichardt, One Mile, Amberley, Yamanto, Deebing Heights, Ripley, Swanbank, Beelbird Park, Camira, Collingwood Park, Goodna, Sprinfield Lakes, Brookwater, Redbank Plains and Augustine Heights.

TMR approved training provider

NOTE: It is a Queensland Transport requirement that you must be the holder of a Recreational Boat Licence before you can be issued a Jetski Licence therefore if you want to get a Jetski Licence it is necessary to have or do your boat licence as well in Queensland.  TMR website.

 

Course Structure:

Step 1. Complete online theory training with a quiz at the end of each module which should take most people approx. 4 hours for Boat licence and 1 hour for Personal Watercraft licence

Step 2. On completion of all modules in your course,  print out “Certificate of Completion” generated at the conclusion of your online course

Step 3. Contact your trainer, Bryce on 0417 483909 or email: info@mssct.com.au to arrange a suitable time for your assessment session.

Boat and Jetski supplied for your practical assessment sessions

Step 4. Attend your assessment session at the pre-arranged time & date at Riverside Park, Settler Way, Karalee bringing with you your Drivers Licence or Passport for ID purposes and the printed out “Certificate of Completion” of your online course.

Step 5. On successful completion of your assessment session which should take approx. 2 hours for boat licence and 1 . 5 hours for Jetski licence, depending on class size, your trainer will issue you a Transport and Main Roads “Statement of Competency”

Step 6. You then are required to attend a Transport and Main Roads customer service center during office hours and present that “Statement of Competency” together with a completed Application for a Recreational Marine Driver Licence and pay the prescribed fee which is at present set at $114.90 per licence.    TMR website.

NOTE: You will then be issued with a Recreational Marine Driver Licence or Personal Watercraft Licence or both which will then be recorded on the back of your Queensland Drivers Licence which is for life, at this time and no indication of change.

 

Course Costs:

Online Boat licence course: $150

Online Jetski licence course: $150

Online Boat and Jetski licence course $300