The CEVNI – (CODE EUROPEEN DES VOIES DE NAVIGATION INTERIEURE) is part of the online interactive training and can also be taken in the classroom. This  CEVNI is a theory exam if you intend taking your boat into any rivers or canals in Europe – completed online £20 -or within the classroom £30

The Code Européen des Voies de Navigation Intérieure (CEVNI) is the code governing navigation on the interconnected European inland waterways.

Signs, rules and procedures for navigating many of the European inland waterways are all included within the CEVNI and in the same way as pleasure craft on coastal waters are expected to abide by the COLREGS. Pleasure craft on many of the inland waterways of Europe, which in places are heavily utilised by commercial traffic, are expected to know the CEVNI as this is the basis of many of the various countries’ own regulations.

Resolution 40 requires that candidates applying for an ICC with the inland category validated, have sufficient knowledge of the traffic regulations applicable on inland waters, in particular the CEVNI. The CEVNI is not covered in any of the RYA’s courses, even those specific to inland waterways, as these regulations are not in use in the UK. It is therefore necessary to have a separate theory test on the CEVNI regulations.

There is however no separate CEVNI certificate or CEVNI endorsement. Passing the ICC CEVNI test simply allows the Inland category on your ICC to be validated, thereby indicating that you have demonstrated knowledge of the traffic regulations applicable on inland waters, in particular the CEVNI, as required by the Resolution.

All candidates requiring the inland category validated must pass the ICC CEVNI test irrespective of whether the regulations are in force in the country or on the river, lake or canal where they intend to go boating.

This course is suitable for both Power and Sail candidates

Students requiring an ICC  should check out our ICC (International Certificate of Competence) here

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Seatrek  CEVNI ASSESSMENT Pre-Requisite Qualification and Experience


MINIMUM AGE
16 years.
PRIOR QUALIFICATION
You will need to have the ICC (International Certificate of Competence) The pre – reading you will obtain from the RYA European Waterways Regulations (G17) which you can access from the shop below.
PRIOR EXPERIENCE
Those using the international waterways will require this certification with their ICC

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The publication required to assist you with this is the RYA European Waterways Regulations (G17). You can access this by clicking on the shop below
Yes.. if you are working from home and the office then which ever media you are using the course can be downloaded on each computer.
The course can be taken as and when you have the time to fit in with your schedules. There is no set time to complete it.

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RYA Interactive training – There are no set dates for the CEVNI ASSESSMENT. If you would like to do the assessment with us rather than on line. Give us a call and we can arrange for you to come in and do with us here at a time that is suited to you.

To book your online training contact the office direct where we can register you, issue you your username and password and get you started. 01475 520381

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Courses taken on the water are carried out on board our 6.5 meter RIB and our 45′ Nelson. The RIB is suitable for all levels of students and has a 130hp Honda. Our Nelson has two twin Sabre’s

Shorebased courses are held either in our classroom or in hotel facilities depending on the numbers attending the course.

Times 09.00 – 17.00 hrs with  a break for lunch and morning &  afternoon refreshments.

Waterproof clothing is available should students not have their own. Life jackets are supplied on all courses, however, if students wish to bring their own then they are more than welcome.  They will be checked by your instructor prior to going out.

There are shower and toilet facilities on site with disabled access as well. It is recommended you bring with you a warm set of dry clothes to change into, in case of inclement weather. Sun cream hat and gloves are also a must, windburn and sunburn can be sore if preventive measures are not taken.

Included in the courses we run are the following:

  • Course books / packs
  • Certificates
  • Morning and afternoon refreshments
  • Instructor
  • Fuel
  • Berthing fees
  • Vat @ 20%

Our course dates are set throughout the year however, we understand that these may not suit your own schedules for work and family life.  We are happy to work with you to provide other suitable dates

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