DID YOU KNOW?
Flagship uses Pacific Northwest charts exclusively for your training and your examinations, PLUS Flagship provides complete credentialing service with your tuition, including full notarial services, power of attorney, and third-party authorization.
WHAT OTHERS SAY ...
"The class was well worth my time and effort. It was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever undertaken. The instructor was first class, and his real world experience made the class come alive. Skip, thanks for helping me set a new course."
Steve Hansen, Boeing engineer
FLAGSHIP MARITIME LICENSING ®
Successful completion of Flagship captain’s license training courses earns graduates a USCG-approved completion certificate, but frankly, that’s not enough for you to earn your license. Enrollment in Flagship’s courses automatically includes full credentialing services, including package compilation and pre-screening, third-party authorization / durable power of attorney, complete notarial services, executing the mariner’s oath, processing of USCG evaluation and issuance fees, coaching regarding your TWIC card and your First Aid / CPR training, coordination of medical exams and drug screening, electronic submittal to the National Maritime Center, and complete follow-through to license issuance.
Tuition for Flagship's courses includes the exclusive credentialing services described above, but does not include fees exacted by outside agencies.
External fee summary: USCG evaluation and issuance fees $145 / TWIC $125.25 / Medical Exam $150 / Drug Screen $52 / First Aid + CPR $84.95.
There is also a $125 fee for credentialing services for Flagship graduates seeking to renew their USCG license every five years. A $125 credentialing fee also applies for mariners who are not Flagship graduates that also request full credentialing services for submittal of a credential package for any USCG license or renewal.
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