APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM TRAINING
28. (1) An apprentice pilot shall,
(a) when directed to do so by the Authority, take examinations both written and oral before the committee of examiners;
(b) make such voyages at the direction of the Authority as will give him the most extensive experience in the waters and ports of the compulsory pilotage area in respect of which he wishes to obtain a licence; and
(c) keep a log of all voyages made by him pursuant to paragraph (b) in a form approved by the Authority.
(2) An apprentice pilot shall be under the direction and command of the licensed pilot of the ship to which he is assigned.
(3) The Authority may assign one apprentice pilot to a ship and may assign a second apprentice pilot to a ship after consultation with the master, owner or agent thereof.
MARINE OCCURRENCE REPORT
29. If a ship that is subject to compulsory pilotage or in respect of which a waiver has been granted is involved in a marine occurrence, the person in charge of the deck watch at the time of the marine occurrence shall, at the earliest opportunity, submit to the Authority a full report of the marine occurrence on a report form provided by the Authority for that use.
- SOR/2003-224, s. 7.
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