Get Certified This Summer!


May 28, 2024

Summer courses are almost here.

ABYC Certification not only ensures safety, expertise, and compliance among technicians but also enhances customer satisfaction. Explore all upcoming certification courses on our website, or continue scrolling to view and register for our next few classes.

Three things to know before you register:

            • If you haven’t already, reset your password and update your account information. Instructions to do so can be found here. Visit and click “Forgot your Password?” to begin.

            • The registration button is now at the bottom of the course description page. Make sure you scroll down so you don’t miss out!

            • Work experience is now collected as you register. You will need to fill out your title, years of work experience, and job description as you register for the class.

June Course
ABYC Marine Systems
6/4/2024 – 6/20/2024
3 days/wk for 3 weeks
3PM – 4:30 PM ET

July Course
ABYC Marine Electrical
7/9/2024 – 7/25/2024
3 days/wk for 3 weeks
9AM – 10:30 AM ET

View the online Class Calendar here.

Email or call 410-990-4460 ext. 4002.

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