ABYC MARINE ELECTRICAL FAST TRAC TRAINING SEPT 28: BALTIMORE, MD

NMEA 2016

 

For the first time at the NMEA Conference and Expo, ABYC is offering their Marine Electrical Fast Trac. In response to requests from students and employers, ABYC has created a pathway to certification that is quicker and more affordable! Unlike the customary ABYC education programing, which consisted of a four-day class and a test, the Fast Trac is an option in which most of the study is done independently. Students come together for just one day for review and testing. While classroom time is limited to one day, students will have access to the instructor via email during the study period preceding the review/test day. There will also be two Webinars presented to the students by the instructor, Ed Sherman. To register, visit www.abycinc.org. All registrants get a complimentary one day pass to the NMEA Conference and Expo.

ABYC Registration Discounts at NMEA Conference

Not attending the Electrical Fast Trac? That’s OK! ABYC Members get the same conference registration pricing as NMEA members! 

Here is the link for ABYC members to register  http://expo.nmea.org/ABYC

If you have any questions, visit www.expo.nmea.org

 

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