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The Working Party on Inland Water Transport of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) Inland Transport Committee has recently introduced an Informal Working Group on Recreational Navigation which is tasked to look at the scope of application of resolution No. 40, the issue and recognition of ICC and more generally on matters relating to recreational navigation on European inland waterways.

Noting that in the Ministerial Declaration adopted on 18 April 2018 in Wroclaw, Poland, Ministers acknowledged the role played by recreational navigation, and in order to facilitate its work on promoting recreational navigation on inland waterways and in coastal waters in accordance with resolution No. 40, the Group is investigating education and training for operators of pleasure craft throughout the ECE member States, with a view to identifying common practices.

The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information about national practice on the evidence of competence for pleasure craft operators, applicability of ICC and education and training principles. You are kindly requested to complete and to send them to the ECE secretariat, Ms. Victoria Ivanova (Tel. +41 22 917 1312, E-mail: victoria.ivanova@un.org).

Resolution No. 40, revision 4, and amendment 1 are available on the ECE website at ECE-TRANS-SC3-147r4e.pdf and ECE-TRANS-SC3-147r4-Amend1e.pdf.

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* 1. Please enter your contact information

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* 2. Does the operator of a pleasure craft require evidence of competence in accordance with your national legislation?

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