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09.26.02.00.htm 09.26.02.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 26 BOARD OF PILOTS Chapter 02 Pilots-in-Training, and Limited and Unlimited Licensed Pilots Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §11-205, 11-403, 11-406, and 11-406.1, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.26.02.01.htm 09.26.02.01. 01 Appointment of Pilot-in-Training.. A. If the Board determines that it is necessary for the protection of the commercial interest of the State, the Board may appoint any number of qualified applicants to be pilots-in-training.B. In evaluating the commercial interest of the State, the Board may consider the State's interest in the availability of efficient, safe, and reliable pilotage services.
09.26.02.02.htm 09.26.02.02. 02 Selection of Pilots-in-Training.. A. An applicant meeting the qualifications of the Business Occupations and Professions Article, §11-303, Annotated Code of Maryland, shall complete an application form approved by the Board.B. In addition to the application form, an applicant shall submit:. 1) A transcript from the applicant's postsecondary education institution, if applicable;. 2) A copy of the applicant's valid United States Coast Guard license;.
09.26.02.03.htm 09.26.02.03. 03 Limited Licensed Pilot.. A. A pilot-in-training shall serve under the supervision of unlimited licensed pilots for at least 2 years after the appointment of the pilot-in-training before being licensed as a limited licensed pilot.B. Before an eligible pilot-in-training may be licensed as a limited licensed pilot, the pilot-in-training shall:1) File an application approved by the Board; and. 2) Demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board by actual observation of de
09.26.02.04.htm 09.26.02.04. 04 Raise in Grade of Limited Licensed Pilot.. A. A limited licensed pilot holding a license to pilot vessels not exceeding 32 feet draft may apply for a license to pilot vessels not exceeding 36 feet draft.B. A limited licensed pilot holding a license to pilot vessels not exceeding 36 feet draft may apply for a license to pilot vessels not exceeding 40 feet draft.C. Before a limited licensed pilot under §A and B of this regulation may be granted a raise in grade
09.26.02.05.htm 09.26.02.05. 05 Unlimited Licensed Pilot.. A. A limited licensed pilot shall serve for at least 3 years after being licensed before being licensed as an unlimited licensed pilot.B. Before an eligible limited licensed pilot may be licensed as an unlimited licensed pilot, the limited licensed pilot shall:1) File an application approved by the Board; and. 2) Demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board by actual observation of demonstrated performance that the limited licensed p
09.26.02.06.htm 09.26.02.06. 06 Continuing Education.. A. Once every 5 years, a licensed pilot shall satisfactorily complete a course approved by the Board or a course offered at an institute approved by the Board in each of the following subject areas:1) Bridge Resource Management for Pilots;. 2) Differential Global Positioning System;. 3) E-Navigation;. 4) Current and emerging marine navigation, steering, and propulsion technologies; and. 5) Any other subject areas that are or may be desi
09.26.02.07.htm 09.26.02.07. 07 Reporting Requirements for License Renewal.. A. A licensee shall provide the Board with satisfactory evidence of completion of the continuing education requirements either through electronic completion notices provided directly to the Board by the course provider or through other documentation from the course provider that is acceptable to the Board.B. The documentation shall be submitted within 30 days of the completion of the course.. C. The Board at its discr
09.26.02.08.htm 09.26.02.08. 08 Maintenance of Federal License.. A. Each licensed pilot shall maintain an active United States Coast Guard license.. B. A licensed pilot shall give the Board immediate notice of any lapse in the pilot's United States Coast Guard license.C. If the lapse is the result of a delay that occurs in the United States Coast Guard renewal process, the pilot shall be permitted to continue piloting pending re-issuance of the license upon a showing by the pilot to the Board that:
09.26.02.9999.htm 09.26.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 29, 1985 (12:15 Md. R. 1516). Regulation .02 adopted effective February 10, 1986 (13:3 Md. R. 271). Regulation .02A amended effective August 21, 1989 (16:16 Md. R. 1750). Regulation .03 amended effective December 11, 2003 (30:24 Md. R. 1740). Regulation .03B amended effective September 28, 1992 (19:19 Md. R. 1706). Regulation .03F adopted effective August 25, 1986 (13:17 Md. R. 1922).
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