Reserve your MST spot now!

Reserve Your Spot

Feb 20, 2023

This year at Quadrant Marine Institute we’re proud that our training is being used as far as Bella Bella, Invermere, and Québec. Our recent improvements have made it easy to access the MST program at any distance, while at the same time we’ve strengthened the hands on education needed in learning a trade. Proof that no matter where you or your marine business is, all-inclusive training exists for you.

With that said, we’re now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 training year. Our program is built with a “learn and earn” approach, where the time spent in class and at workshops combines with what an apprentice learns in the workplace. When boat owners know the professionals working on their vessels invest in well-rounded training programs like this one our whole industry thrives.

Certification is a great opportunity to elevate any business and the real world training apprentices receive at Quadrant are an asset to any company. If you have questions about challenging our program, what the typical training schedule looks like, or about the tax benefits for apprentices and employers – reach out and ask! Quadrant’s training is by industry experts, for industry workplaces, and our dedication to training marine service professionals is championed by our entire team.

Space is limited and seats are already starting to fill up so APPLY NOW to reserve your spot. 

The professional respects their craft. They do not consider themselves superior to it. They recognize the contributions of those who have gone before, and apprentice to them. ~ Steven Pressfield

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