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INTERACTIVE ONLINE ABYC CERTIFICATION COURSES

ABYC

May 12, 2020

Now you can select ABYC certification classes that have historically been only offered in an in-person classroom format. The courses below are now available in an interactive online experience. ABYC Lead Instructor Mike Bonicker will lead LIVE sessions 3 days a week for 3 weeks (each 90 minutes long), followed by an online certification exam. Register today for an upcoming course while seats are still available!
 
MARINE SYSTEMS CERTIFICATION – INTERACTIVE ONLINE COURSE
There are hundreds of systems on modern-day boats. The ABYC Systems Certification teaches you how to design, maintain, install, and repair these systems with the confidence you need to succeed in today’s marine industry. 
 
Live Online Course Schedule (3:00 – 4:30 PM EDT each day):
May 26 – 28
June 2 – 4
June 9 – 11
 
Learn More & Register 

MARINE ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATION – INTERACTIVE ONLINE COURSE
The ABYC Electrical Certification is the most recognized and credible demonstration of knowledge mastery in the marine electrical service field worldwide. Become an industry expert in electrical fundamentals, multi-meter usage, grounding and bonding systems, battery and inverter installation, AC/DC components, and more.

Live Online Course Schedule (3:00 – 4:30 EDT each day):
June 16 – 18
June 23 – 25
June 30 – July 2

Learn More & Register  
 
Questions? Call 410-990-4460 or email education@abycinc.org

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