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‘Mark Your Calendar’ to attend the 2nd Annual Boating Ontario Dealers Best Practices Workshop.  

Wednesday April 8, 2015
8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Nottawasaga Inn & Resort, Alliston, ON

Keynote Speaker – Glenn Roller will present International Sales Patterns

Glenn Roller is very well known for his ability to provide dealers comprehensive sales training that takes any salesperson from a basic to an advanced level of sales competency. *CPYB participants will receive 10 credits

Interested in becoming a certified marine professional of the Georgian College / Boating Ontario Dealers Sales Professional program or of the CPYB program?

If so, we invite you to join us April 7th at 10:00am – 4:00pm for a training session followed by the examination to obtain your Georgian certication or CPYB certication.

Georgian College / Boating Ontario Dealers Sales

Professional Certication teaches:

– The process of boat sales
– Ethics and values to instill condence
– Overview of tax requirements, nancing and insurance
– The roll of the broker

The CPYB* designation is internationally recognized and a comprehensive exam (for qualied applicants), covers areas such as:

– Laws & Regulations
– Technical Information
– Transactions & Brokers Responsibilities
– Ethics

*For more information, visit

Advanced registration is required. To register or to get more information, please call 705-549-1667


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