Apr 22, 2019

ABYC is pleased to announce a new hands-on learning course designed for entry-level marine professionals, marine surveyors, service writers, sales/customer service representatives, and insurance personnel! Students can expect a mix of classroom and on-board learning utilizing the ABYC Foundation’s “floating classroom”, a 38 foot Californian Convertible. Students will inspect the vessel, evaluate it for compliance with ABYC Standards, and present recommendations to the class. 

Course Highlights:
• Gain an in-depth understanding of the ABYC Standards
• Learn how to apply the standards to older boats
• Learn how to identify and document compliance issues, cite appropriate standards, and make detailed recommendations for resolution of the issues, whether for insurance underwriters, boat owners or boat buyers.
Learn More & Register
In order for students to get the most out of their on-board learning experience, we are limiting this course to 8 spots. REGISTER TODAY! 

Questions? Call 410-990-4460 or email education@abycinc.org

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