Benefit From The ABYC Webinars: “ABYC Basic Electrical” Three Part Series

It's so convenient – just go online at your desk or in your shop!

The ABYC Webinar Registration Fees for ABYC Members are $79.00 per Webinar while Non-members are $129.00. You can register for all three directly with ABYC at 419-990-4460 to receive a discount!

The three, 90 minute, sessions are designed to provide the participant with a clear understanding of the intricacy and complexity of doing safe marine electrical work using the most current ABYC Standards.  The instructor for the three Webinars will be Kevin Ritz. Kevin is an ABYC Master Technician, a marine electrical consultant, and ABYC’s Pacific Coast Representative. His marine electrical courses for ABYC have been well received.

The set of the three Webinars will provide the beginning marine electrical technician the background necessary to enter the field with a correct framework for providing Standards based work, and to stimulate planning for future course work and ABYC Certification. Taken individually, the Webinars will provide a focus upon marine electrical topics that the technician wants clarification on, or renewed exposure too.

Enrollment in an individual Webinar (2 or 3) assumes that the participant has good background knowledge in the electrical topics discussed in the preceding Webinars.  These Webinars do not replace the ABYC, three day, hands-on, Basic Marine Electrical course. Rather, they provide an excellent introduction to it.

Basic Electrical Part 1, will be held on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Noon EST. Basic Electrical Part 2 will be on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 Noon EST and finally Basic Electrical Part 3,  will be on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Noon EST.   Register Online at

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