Jan 8, 2018

ABYC will host two non-certification marine training seminars during the Toronto Boat Show. Additionally, two Marine Systems Certification classes are scheduled in February – see information below!

ABYC Training Seminars – Toronto

Attendees will get technical training, earn 4 CEU’s, and enjoy dinner with other industry professionals during the Toronto Boat Show.
Marine Training Seminar #1 – January 16
Agenda: Wiring, Battery Management, Circuit Protection
Time: 4pm – 8pm
ABYC Members – $59, Non-members – $79
Register Here

Marine Training Seminar #2 – January 17
Agenda: Marine Corrosion
Time: 4pm – 8pm
ABYC Members – $59, Non-members – $79
Register Here

Marine Systems Certification Classes

This course is designed for the marine professional with at least 3 – 5 years’ experience working with marine systems design, installation or repair and will provide the student with a comprehensive look at the key ABYC standards.

Campbell River, British Columbia
February 5 – 8, 2018
Register Here 

Midland, Ontario
February 26 – March 1, 2018
Register Here 

Questions? Contact Sandy Brown at 410-990-4460 x101 orsbrown@abycinc.org

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