Upcoming Classroom Member Training
Online - TCT Refresher - Saturday, 18 April, 9am - 1pm. The TCT course is for boat crew, aids (ATON) verifier, telecommunications operator, watchstander. The course will be presented live online through Zoom.
***POSTPONED*** Aids to Navigation Verifier, ATON/PATON Training, Thursday 7-9pm, 23 April for 3 weeks. S
***TBD on-line solution*** Refresher - Wednesday, 6 May, 6:30 - 9:30pm, at ARSBC. The TCT course is for boat crew, aids (ATON) verifier, telecommunications operator, watchstander.
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Core Training - Online
Core training consists of AUXCT and BQCII. Members who join after 1 Feb 2018 are required to take both AUXCT and BQC II. If you joined prior to 1 Feb 2018, only AUXCT is required. There are a few options to complete this training.
For more info:
AUXCT Completion Options:
AUX online classroom (log-in required): Click Here
AUXCT videos, PDFs, & PowerPoints (log-in optional) Click Here
NOTE: If you log in above, then watch videos, it should automatically log-in AUXDATA.
AUXCT Entry Options:
If you logged into the above links and took the courses, they should be automatically logged in AUXDATA. If you did not log in, do one of the below:
1. Self certify through the National Testing Center (NTC) (log-in required): Click Here
2. Fill out the self attestation form and send to FSO-MT: Click Here
BQCII Completion Options:
Study 7 modules at AUX online classroom (log-in required): Click Here
BQCII Entry Options:
Take 7 tests at National Testing Center (NTC) (log-in required): Click Here
Intro to Risk Management (IRM) - Online
Once taken, it should automatically log into AUXDATA.
Who is required to take IRM: Click Here
ICS 100 / 700 - Online
ICS courses are taken at the FEMA website
Link to ICS 100: Click Here
Link to ICS 700: Click Here
Once completed, send your certificates to the FSO-MT in order to be sent to Cape Office.
Who is required to take ICS 100/700: Click Here
Specialty Courses - Classroom
Every member can specialize in any or all of six different specialty areas in the operational and administrative fields. Successful completion of your first course entitles you to wear the Specialty Course ribbon. Each additional class entitles you to add a bronze star to the ribbon. After completing six courses, the bronze stars are replaced with a silver star. The six specialty courses are Auxiliary Communications (AUXCOM), Navigation (AUXNAV), Patrols (AUXPAT), Search and Rescue (AUXSC&E), Seamanship (AUXSEA) and Weather (AUXWEA)
- AUXWEA ~ Weather Specialist
- AUXSEA ~ Seamanship Specialty
- AUXCOM ~ Communications Specialty
- AUXPAT ~ Patrols Specialty
- AUXNAV ~ Navigation Specialty
- AUXSC&E ~ Search and Rescue Specialist
Operational Auxiliarist Program (AUXOP)
To learn about the AUXOP Program: Click Here