The following test applies only to people who wish to obtain an ICC for inland use. A person must;
- Be able to identify where to obtain information on CEVNI.
- Be able to identify the navigation lights and shapes to be shown on their own vessel.
- Be able to identify the following from the lights displayed at night;
- power driver vessel, sailing vessel, Vessel at anchor, tug and tow, fishing vessel, vessel restricted in its ability to manoeuver.
- Be able to identify the following from the daymarks displayed during the day;
- Stationary vessel (made fast to the bank, at anchor or grounded), vessel with limited manoeuvrability, tug and tow, vessel having priority.
- Be able to identify the following sound signals;
- I wish to overtake to port / starboard, I accept, I do not accept, I will overtake on other side to that initially requested, It is unsafe to overtake.
- Be able to identify the principal signs used in the CEVNI system.
- Be able to identify, and describe the significance of, the buoys and landmarks of the CEVNI system.
- Be able to orientate a chart or map and describe how your position and direction of travel may be established using navigation or other features.
Method of assessment: Candidates undertaking this assessment will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of the above section by way of a written or oral assessment using assessment papers and guidelines issued by the ISA for this purpose.