Approved Course Providers
(1)Individuals and organizations who teach a NASBLA-approved boating safety course (i.e. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadron, American Power Boating Association) are considered approved course providers and are not required to get authorization from the Marine Board to deliver their boating safety courses.
(2)Individuals or private organizations who would like to teach the Oregon State Marine Board’s NASBLA-approved boating safety course must apply to the Marine Board and satisfy all requirements on the application form.
(3)Public safety organizations or government agencies who would like to teach the Oregon State Marine Board’s NASBLA-approved boating safety course must apply with the Marine Board to become approved course providers. Public safety organizations or government agencies may be given approval to screen their own instructors, but must:
(a)Meet with the Marine Board to discuss course outline and materials.
(b)Allow the Marine Board access to their classes for evaluation purposes.
(4)The Marine Board will issue approved individuals an approved course provider number and place them in a database. A list of approved course providers and boating safety courses shall be kept by the Marine Board and made available to the public. This list does not constitute an endorsement of any course or course provider by the Marine Board.
Rule 250-018-0100 — Approved Course Providers,