Apr 2, 2019

Would you like to become a Certified Marina Manager (CMM) or Certified Marina Operator (CMO)?

If your answer is yes, your first step is to attend the AMI Intermediate Marina Management Course (IMM).

Step 1
Attend the Intermediate Marina Management Course (IMM). This course focuses on marina operations, policies, and procedures. Marina-management pros offer their expert thinking about business issues and challenges throughout the industry.        

Classes will be offered in:
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
June 23-27, 2019
November 3-7, 2019
Register Here: https://marinaassociation.org/courses

*Must have one year of marina management experience to attend.

Step 2
Attend the Advance Marina Management Course (AMM). Through small groups, interactive workshops, and specific case studies, the AMM course examines such topics as profit-center management, regulations and permitting, operations, marina law, human resource management, risk management and loss control, improving the quality and value of services, policy and procedure manuals, business strategy and financial management, marketing, promotion, and pricing.

Classes will be offered in:
Jacksonville, Florida 
December 8-13, 2019
Register Here.

*Must have three years of marina management experience and attended IMM Course.

Step 3
Upon completion of the IMM and AMM courses you then apply for the certification that you qualify for, CMM or CMO. 

Association of Marina Industries |401-247-0314 |malves@marinaassociation.org| www.marinaassociation.org

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