The Australian Mandated Practical Assessment (AMPA Assessment) is a competency certification the
Australian government requires you to have and keep in good standing to be able to work in Australian domestic waters.
Taking and passing the AMPA assessment proves you’re competent in the following areas:
General purpose hand near coastal
Coxswain Grade 2 near coastal
Coxswain Grade 1 near coastal
Master less than 24 metres near coastal
Master (inland waters)
Marine engine driver Grade 3 near coastal
Marine engine driver Grade 2 near coastal
For completing a coxswain course, if a person currently holds a Cox 2 certificate of competency, would the person have to complete the AMPA for the four additional units required to complete the Coxswain Grade 1 course?
How is the Coxswain Final Assessment recorded on the AMPA?