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Continuing education archive

This section lists:

(1) classes that CAPCA offered in previous years

(2) course outlines for classes offered in previous years

2017 CLASSES

Saturday, February 4: Captain's License Renewal, up to 100 tons.

Saturday, February 11: Captain's License Renewal, up to 200 tons.

Saturday, March 11: Basic Marine Electricity.

Saturday, March 18: Practical Marine Radar.

Sunday, March 19: Voyage Planning and Electronic Charting.

Saturday, April 8: First Aid, CPR and AED for Boaters. 

2016 CLASSES

Saturday, January 30: First Aid and CPR Certification.

Saturday, March 12: Captain's License-Renewal Course.

Saturday, March 19: Captain's License-Renewal Course.

Saturday, March 26: Medical Emergencies at Sea Course.

2015 CLASSES

Saturday, January 31: CPR/First Aid Certification.

Saturday, February 14: Captains License Renewal Course.

Saturday, February 21: Basic Offshore Safety and Survival (BOSS).

Saturday, March 21: Medical Emergencies at Sea: Beyond First Aid.

Saturday, March 28: Marine Communications: Regulations & Operations Course.

Saturday, March 28: Marine Radio Operator's Permit (MROP). 

Saturday, April 04, 2015: Basic Marine Electricity.

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COURSE OUTLINES FOR CLASSES OFFERED IN PREVIOUS YEARS - Click on a title to see the document.

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MEET ONE OF OUR CAPTAINS

CHAMBLISS

CAPTAIN PETE CHAMBLISS is typical of many of our members. He spent 37 years as a state government employee before switching careers and becoming a full-time captain. He earned his Coast Guard captain's license (a 50-ton master for inland waters) and now operates water-taxis for Watermark. He also serves voluntarily as director of CAPCA's continuing education program.

"I've held my Coast Guard captain's license for 25 years, but I never really used it until eight years ago," Pete says. "I joined CAPCA for the educational programs that it runs and for the opportunity to network with—and learn from—other captains." See Pete on the water in Annapolis or come meet him and other captains at one of our monthly meetings. CAPCA meetings are public and you're welcome to attend. See CALENDAR / SPEAKERS on this website.

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CAPCA Resources

FOR YOUR INFORMATION...

Looking for information about a maritime-related subject? Click on the links below to explore our collection of Internet resources. You don't have to be a member to take advantage of this service. If you know of other sites that you'd like us to add to the list, please send the URL (website address) to communication@capca.net. Please note that CAPCA is not responsible for content on external websites.

Here's our list so far:

CAPCA TWEETS

CHESAPEAKE BAY

FAVORITE LINKS A TO Z

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

          EPA

          DHS

          MD DNR

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAYS

LICENSING, MMC, LEGAL

MISCELLANEOUS

MOBILE APPS

NAVIGATION

NAVIGATION RULES

NOAA

ORGANIZATIONS

USCG GENERAL LINKS

        Recall Notices

        Safety Advisories

        Safety/Security Bulletins

        Small Passenger Vessels

VENDORS and SERVICES

WEATHER and TIDES