The ICC is a certificate which is intended to provide evidence of competence when requested by officials in foreign countries.
The ICC (or to give it its full title International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft) is a certificate which is intended to provide evidence of competence when requested by officials in foreign countries. It is sometimes known as the International Certificate of Competence.
It is issued under the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Inland Transport Committee Working Party on Inland Water Transport Resolution 40. It is this resolution which details how and to whom the ICC may be issued, the syllabus requirements, the layout of the certificate and it also lists the countries which have notified the UNECE Secretariat that they have accepted the resolution.
The UK Government has accepted Resolution 40 and has authorised the RYA to issue the ICC on its behalf.
Applicants for the UK ICC issued by the RYA who do not already hold an eligible RYA or MCA certificate, but already have the required level of competence can take the ICC Assessment to demonstrate their competence.
N.B. The ICC assessment is not applicable to Personal Watercraft.