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REGISTER NOW FOR THE ABYC ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATION COURSE – MARCH 16, 2019

ABYC Georgian

Feb 12, 2019

Georgian College through their Midland, Ontario campus is offering a three-day ABYC Electrical Certification Course.

This is a great opportunity – act now! Because of the limited amount of time to the course date, ABYC needs at least 10 people registered by next week to make sure the course is viable.  They also need time to get the study guides out to the participants.
 
https://abycinc.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1198284&group=
 
Course registration fee:
ABYC Member price: $985
Non-Member price: $1,250
*Price includes study guide, exam, and lunch daily
 
Course Description

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

The successful certification candidate should have some familiarity with ABYC Standards and Topics Covered listed below.
 
The new three-day class format now includes an online learning component designed to provide preliminary coursework prior to the class.  The online component for the ABYC Electrical Certification class covers various information from the course book.  It also provides an overview of ABYC along with certification requirements and helpful hints to manage your certification. 
 
The online learning component access will be sent by email two weeks prior to the course start date.
 
Topics Covered:
Basic electrical theory and fundamentals
Multi-meter usage
Grounding and bonding systems
Cable installation and termination
Battery installation, maintenance, testing & amp; charging systems
Inverter installation and troubleshooting
AC shore power systems
AC generators
AC panel boards
DC panel boards
AC components
DC components
Safety equipment

Act now to register for this valuable course!

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