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Marine Service Technology

Marine Service Technology

Associated Licensing Available - Marine Boats & Yacht Council 

The Marine Service Technology program provides high school students with the knowledge and skills to launch a career in the recreational and commercial boat building and repair industry. Throughout this program, students are instructed in the skills and attitudes necessary to acquire and maintain employment.

 

Marine Service Technology Level 1 emphasizes safe handling of hand and power tools and the development of basic hands-on skills in refinishing, repairing, and construction of various types of boats.

 

Marine Service Technology Level 2 continues an emphasis on tools, materials and methods, and has additional training in marine engines and the plumbing and electrical systems found in boats. Upon completion of Level 2, students may earn the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Marine Fundamentals certification and can enter the Work-Based Learning program.

 

The knowledge and skills in carpentry, painting, fiberglass, and fabrication acquired in this program are comprehensive. With successful completion of this program, students will find employment opportunities in the marine industry as well as related fields.​

Instructor:

David Fawley

dfawley@aacps.org

Center of Applied Technology South 

211 Central Avenue, East

Edgewater, MD 20137

410-956-5900  Fax 410-956-5905