Quadrant Marine Institute launches new campaign: We Float Boats!

Quadrant We Float Your Boat

May 11, 2021

What’s this campaign all about? Well, we all know how great it is to be in marine service, and all of the reasons people stay and build a life and career in this industry. We know our partners are so busy and how much work is available. So now it’s time: Let’s bring more awesome people into this vibrant and diverse industry!

From apprentices to managers and everything in between, this campaign is going to show that the marine service industry is the place to be for those who have the desire to build their skills and continue to learn and grow.

Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn, and keep an eye on your email for more about this exciting time in the industry. Expect to hear firsthand what the industry has to offer and all of the reasons that make it a stable and exciting career, apprenticeship & instructor highlights, industry success stories, exciting projects, celebrations of newly certified Marine Service Technicians, opportunities to support youth in trades, and more behind-the-scenes things about keeping boats afloat. Got a story or some media to share? Let us know! Email tmoore@quadrantmarine.com


Registration is now open for 2021-22
Marine Service Technician apprenticeship training.

Our apprenticeship training encompasses almost every trade as it relates to keeping a boat afloat, including metal, composite and wood structures, engines and mechanical systems, electrical and electronics, design and performance, yard and vessel management, paint and refinishing, and sailboat rigging, as well as business practices and professionalism.


Did you know we offer a training bursary? Bursaries are offered in partnership with Boating BC. Up to $1000 is awarded to apprentices demonstrating strong career commitment and justification of financial need.

Apply by July 31!

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