FISH AND BOAT COMMISSION
Approved Courses of Instruction in Boating Safety Education
[43 Pa.B. 4043]
[Saturday, July 13, 2013]
Section 91.6(a)(1) of 58 Pa. Code (relating to Boating Safety Education Certificates) defines a Boating Safety Education Certificate for residents of this Commonwealth as a document issued by the Fish and Boat Commission (Commission) certifying that the person named on the certificate has established proof of competency through the successful completion of a course approved in accordance with 58 Pa. Code § 91.7 (relating to criteria for courses of instruction in boating safety education). Under 58 Pa. Code § 91.7, the Executive Director of the Commission may approve, by notice, boating safety education courses that meet the course criteria established under that section and will publish a list of approved boating safety education courses in the Pennsylvania Bulletin on an annual basis or more frequently as required. The Executive Director has approved the following courses in boating safety education for Commonwealth residents, effective July 1, 2013:
• Fish and Boat Commission (classroom course)
• United States Coast Guard Auxiliary (classroom course)
• United States Power Squadrons (classroom course)
• United States Sailing Association (classroom course)
• Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Boat Ed (correspondence course)
• BoaterExam America, Inc. (Internet course)
• Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Boat Ed (Internet course)
For nonresidents, a Boating Safety Education Certificate is a certificate, card or other official document that indicates on the certificate, card or other document successful completion of a course approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators.
JOHN A. ARWAY,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 13-1268. Filed for public inspection July 12, 2013, 9:00 a.m.]
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