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Do I need to take First Aid / CPR with a Increase in Scope such as from Inland to Near Coastal?

Updated: Mar 8, 2022

You are not required to submit proof of taking First Aid and CPR when increasing in scope.

Increasing in scope means raising tonnage within the same level i.e. Master 25 GRT to Master 50 GRT, Mate 500 GRT to Mate 1600 GRT or AB Special to AB Unlimited. Increasing in scope also means raising the route such as Master 100 GRT Inland to Master 100 GRT Near Coastal.

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