New proposed standards available for download

The EDU-1 On-Water Power Standard is available for free download from ABYC’s store.
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The Coast Guard’s National On-Water Standards grant management team and the American Boat and Yacht Council approved and published the first of three proposed skills-based American national standards for on-water instruction, called the EDU-1 On-Water Power Standard.

Course designers using the EDU-1 standard and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ standard ANSI/NASBLA 103-2016: Basic Boating Knowledge — Power now have the full spectrum of skills and knowledge of boating standards available to integrate into safe recreational boating education programs.

The EDU-1 On-Water Power Standard is available for free download from ABYC’s store.

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