Great Opportunity to Gain NMEA Electronics Training in Toronto

Don't want to miss out on this opportunity! Once again,the NMEA invites you attend the education courses offered to individuals and businesses involved with installing and servicing Marine Electronics.

The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has established an extensive education and certification program. NMEA is a pioneer in providing standards for marine electronics technicians in the marine electronics industry with programs such as Marine Electronics Installer (BMEI), NMEA 2000 and Advanced MEI. Those interested in raising their qualifications should register to attend the appropriate courses this spring in Toronto.

Basic Marine Electronics Installer, Tuesday, March 27th

NMEA 2000 Training, Wednesday, March 28th

Advanced Marine Electronics Installer, Thursday, March 29th

The courses run from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. with an exam given at the end of the session. Pre-registration is required.  Please visit the website at to register. Course materials are sent out in advance, so please sign up early. For additional information, contact Cindy Love or Ken Harrison, or telephone  800-808-6632.


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