BRP ABYC Training


July 29, 2016

BRP has announced that it will host the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Marine Systems Certification Course at its BRP Training Center in Sturtevant, Wisconsin.

The course, offered September 13 through 16th, 2016, will include key information from different ABYC Standards as they apply to boat component selection and installation. Students will receive training in the best industry practices for each section. Topics will include: potable water systems, marine sanitation systems, tankage, hull piping, electrical installations, compressed gas for cooking and heating, pump systems, fuel systems, steering and controls, fire protection and boatyard etiquette, as well as general knowledge discussions. Upon successfully passing the certification exam and documenting requisite experience, an ABYC Systems Certification will be issued.

The BRP Training Center is a state-of-the-art facility featuring an open concept classroom atmosphere. Students will have access to an on-site cafeteria as well as the BRP company store. Dependent upon the production schedule, plant operation tours may be available to students. 

“We built this facility to train our own staff, as well as to be a dedicated hub for the education for all those in the marine industry,” said Jeff Wasil engineering manager – emissions testing, certification & regulatory development, BRP. “We are very proud of the work that we do and our strong partnership with the ABYC. We are excited to host the Marine Systems Certification Course.”

Please call (410) 990-4460, extension 100 or 101 to register for the course and request the BRP rate. Discount prices will be given if registration is completed by August 15, 2016. After this date, the standard ABYC rates will apply. The BRP discount for early registration is $735 per attendee. Standard ABYC rates are $885 for members and $1170 for non-members.

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