There are lots of jobs and career paths in recreational boating!
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Come learn the necessary skills to enter into this exciting industry!
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Or email Rose Paquette, Director of Community Education
Massasoit Community College offers a range of training:
Like boats and being on the water? Thinking about training for a new
"There is a dramatic shortage of marine mechanics throughout the US (hundreds in Massachusetts alone). It is estimated that this shortage will continue for years to come."
September 9th, 2015 at 54 Water Street, East Providence, RI
Cranes101 offers many training courses, including the CIC Nationally Accredited Crane Operator Certification Program, OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour, Signalperson and Rigger Training, Operator Safety Training, and more!
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To learn more about MTTI's Marine Service Technician program, please go to:
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Tour the classroom & shop and meet the instructor at the OPEN HOUSE on August 6, 2014 (11 am - 7pm). More information at:
Marina Pro Training - Offered by National Safe Boating Council
The National Safe Boating Council (NSBC), in partnership with the Association of
Marina Industries (AMI), received a U.S. Coast Guard Non-Profit Grant to develop
the Marina Pro Training Program. The Marina Pro Program is to develop a cadre of
trained and certified professionals across the country who can teach
on-the-water boating skills to the boating community.
The program will use the Close-Quarters and Open Water Boat Control curriculums for this four day on-the-water training. The target audience is the marina and boatyard professional who will become trained and certified as a "Marina Pro." The Marina Pro will offer their services to customers in their marinas, providing boating instruction to novices, near-novices and even experienced boaters in refining their boating skills.
Each Marina Pro candidate will be assessed in their boat operation skills. They
will be taught a step-by-step method of teaching, coaching and modeling skills
that will be used to teach the boating public. They will also be tested in their
knowledge of steering and sailing rules, navigation aids, risk management and
technical boating knowledge.
Qualified candidates must have at least 40 hours of teaching experience and 5 years of boating experience on wheel-steered, stern-drive (I/O) or outboard powered with either single or twin engines. A candidate must also have successfully completed a NASBLA-approved boating safety course either classroom or internet and have a certificate or card of completion (copies of certifications should accompany application).
National Safe Boating Council | 9500 Technology Dr. Suite104, Manassas, VA 20110 | Phone 703.361.4294
IYRS | ACMA COMPOSITES CERTIFICATION
The IYRS - ACMA Composites Certification Seminar combines the CCT classroom training with hands on lab experience preparing participants for the CCT certification exams. Click the link below for this 3-day seminar.
Learn more about AMTECH and 2014 Training Program
The boating industry is growing and the need for well trained employees continues to outpace the supply of qualified people. Read more about the advantages of a full-time career in the marine trades by downloading the MMTA Career Brochure (PDF File).
As a demonstration of our commitment to the professional development of employees of MMTA member firms and in the interest of fostering opportunities to enter or transition to a career in the Massachusetts marine trades, we are pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships and grants each year. For more information, download the Grant and Scholarship Application Form.
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