Basic & Intermediate Marina Management Courses

AMI Course

June 11, 2024

The AMI Training Institute now has two new marina management courses available in person and online.

Basic Marina Management Course

This course is designed for individuals looking to get into marina management or managers and owners with early or limited experience in running a marina. The course delivers content through a series of six lectures that use presentations and participatory learning augmented by group activities. Participants are expected to share their experience and contribute to group discussions.

Course Sessions:

·     Environmental Compliance

·     Emergency Management

·     Marina Systems

·     Customer Service

·     Accounting 101

·     Step up to Manager


No marina experience required, though one year marina or hospitality experience is recommended.


Carl Wolf, CMM, Tom DeLotto, CMM, Shirley Adams, Loranine Ellis Vienne, CCM, CCE, CAM, Sarah Orlando

Virtual Basic Marina Management Course

August 7- 28, 2024 | Online

Learn more & register here

Intermediate Marina Management Courses

Become a Certified Marina Manager (CMM)/Certified Marina Operator (CMO)! The Intermediate Marina Management (IMM) course is AMI Training Institute’s most popular course which focuses on marina operations, policies, and procedures.

This course has been designed with the right balance of relevant management topics presented by leaders in their industry coupled with valuable facilitated group discussions. The intensive participatory nature of this residency course will also provide one of the greatest assets, an invaluable life-long peer network. To attend the IMM course you must have two years of marina management experience.

Course Highlights:

·     Over 40 contact hours

·     Formal lectures by leading experts

·     Facilitated roundtable discussions

·     Field trip to inspect and critique nearby marinas

·     Marina/boatyard-industry networking

·     Networking with peers & colleagues

·     Introduction to the CMM and CMO Certification Program

Virtual Intermediate Management Course

September 4-26, 2024 | Online

In-Person Intermediate Management Course

November 3-7, 2024 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Learn more & register here

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