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1 SAFETY EDUCATION CERTIFICATES & SUCCESSFUL COURSE COMPLETIONS: PAMELA DILLON, OBJECTIVE LEADER WAYNE STACEY, USCG LIAISON CHRIS STEC
Objective 1 Strategies 1. 1 and 1. 2 – Track the number of certificates…. # Persons successfully completing State/NASBLA approved course reported in 2014: - Classroom - Home study - Internet • TOTAL 229, 751 21, 785 234, 187 485, 723 2
5 -year Average of NASBLA/State Education Certificates Issued 2006 -2014 Total Classroom Internet Home Study
Objective 1 - Progress • Strategy 1. 3 – Strengthen Education Laws (State) 4
States Requiring Powerboat Operator Education WA Phased in by 1/1/2015 IL takes effect AK MT ND 1/1/89 SD ID WY CA In Effect 1/1/2018; Phased in by 1/1/2025 NV UT CO KS CA GU CNMI AZ 1/1/89 OK NM 9/1/93 PWCs Only Youth Requirement Only (Under Certain Age) TX 1/1/98 IL PA 1/1/82 OH IN WV KY MS AL 1/1/84 VA NC 1/1/88 1/1/89 TN GA RI All PWCs CT & 1/1/86 NJ 12/31/86 1/1/86 AR 6/30/80 LA MA NY 7/1/96 IA 1/1/84 MO ME MI WI NE 12/31/85 1/1/83 NH PA All PWCs & 1/1/82 MN OR AS VT 1/1/74 1/1/2016 WA HI NY All PWCs & 5/1/96 DE 1/1/78 MD 7/1/72 DC SC 1/1/98 FL VA Phased in by 7/1/2016 1/1/88 Operators Born On/After Posted Date 7/1/72 All PWC operators AND Operators Born After Posted Date All Powerboat Operators (Many defined by HP; includes PWCs) Operator or Motor Vehicle License Required No Boating Education Requirements NOTE: This map is a generalized illustration of boater education requirements by state. Content is based on the NASBLA 2014 survey to members. Many states have limitations or exemptions not reflected in this illustration. Contact the state boating law administrator for specific requirements. PR VI October 9, 2014
Objective 1 - Progress • Strategy 1. 4 – Strengthen Education Laws (Federal) 6
Federal Updates • Legislative Change Proposal
• Applies to operator of a boat with propulsion machinery (some exemptions allowed). • Quick phase in starts year 4, ends after year 8.
States’ Reciprocity Requirements for Visiting Boaters The data reflected is from a Summer 2014 survey. RI DC AS GU NMI Accepts any NASBLA-approved course completion certificates (NJ accepts ANY course certificate) PR Accepts certificates only if issued by a state agency VI Visiting boaters meet home-state requirements; All PWCs need NASBLA-Approved certificate Limited reciprocity (Proctored Exams Only) No requirement to show certificate April 21, 2015 Note: Unique state education requirements may apply to different age operators, boat types, or horsepower limits.
Objective 1 - Progress • Strategy 1. 5 – Measure Effectiveness of Education Methods – Ongoing – Grant requests have been submitted to measure the effectiveness of various education programs and policies. 11
Objective 1 - GAPS • PRP II – Data-collection challenges at the state and agency levels. – Course Reporting to BLAs from course providers (especially in non-mandatory education states) is a continued challenge 12
3 ADVANCED AND/OR ON-WATER SKILLS -BASED BOATING EDUCATION: PAM DILLON, OBJECTIVE LEADER WAYNE STACEY, USCG LIAISON CHRIS STEC EMILY KING
Objective 3 Increase the number of boaters who completed advanced and/or on-water skills -based education 14
Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and On-Water Skill Standards NASBLA. ORG
Objective 3 – Gaps (As identified by NASBLA Education Committee Policy and Best Practices--Charge 2 team) • In Performance Report Part II—Consider adding column(s) for on-water boating skills. (Consider break down of paddle, sail, power boating, etc). • Consider tracking levels of education: perhaps entry levels, advanced levels, and instructor levels • A third-party conformity assessment process for on-water skills courses is recommended to ensure courses meet the national standard. 16