Important Notice of Transport Canada Changes
Internet Course and Exam
April 15, 2011 - the online exam process has changed to a more comprehensive
A minimum of 3 hours of study time is required to study the 5 chapter online
course, passing chapter quizzes sequentially, and finally taking a 50 question exam.
Students do not have to study all in one sitting, but rather can save their progress
and return when their schedule permits. Students can take the online course at their
own pace, spreading out the required study time if so desired. The online course
no longer requires a Supervisor for the exam, and it can be
done from the comfort of the student's own home or anywhere with an Internet connection.
It is now also an open book exam.
Effective April 15, 2011, the new online course format is
in effect. Any student taking the online course after this time, must use the
new format, even if the student registered and paid prior to April 15th, or even
if an unsuccessful exam attempt was made before April 15th.
Challenge Exam Only
Students may still challenge the exam, with no required study. This is only offered
in person at BOATERexam.com Exam Centres and tradeshows across Canada. This exam
has also increased to 50 questions.
BOATERexam.com supports Transport Canada's
changes to a more comprehensive learning process.
BOATERexam.com is the Pioneer in delivering required study time courses,
we first delivered such a course for The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission in
July 2008, since then many other states have followed suit and now Canada as well
to this enhanced online course format. BOATERexam.com
is the largest Course Provider in Canada, and the leader in boater education across
North America, also delivering online boater education for 40 states.