Marine and Aquatic Practices (2007) is incompatible with Marine Studies 2004.
Information about the Restricted Coxswain qualification and changes to national legislation affecting boating topics (October 2010) is available on the Marine Teachers Association Queensland website.
The SAS provides details of the courses of study available.
The Marine and Aquatic Practices Study Area Specification is being revised to develop the Aquatic Practices Subject Area Syllabus. For further information, see:
The draft syllabus is available for consultation and a survey is provided for your feedback:
Please email or fax your feedback to the QSA by Friday 2 May 2014.
Thank you for consulting on the Aquatic Practices Draft Subject Area Syllabus 2014.
The guide provides information on the SAS's focus, the nature of assessment, opportunities for students and how parents can help.
Schools must submit a study plan by the end of Term 1 in the first year of teaching the course.
This advice assists and supports schools with designing and evaluating their assessment program and in implementing the assessment requirements of this syllabus.
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Last updated: 15 April 2014
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