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ABYC offers electrical certification class

The American Boat and Yacht Council is holding an electrical certification class Oct. 6-9 at the Automotive Training Center in Warminister, Pa.

This four-day course is designed for the experienced technician with at least three years experience working with marine electricity. The student needs to be very familiar with ABYC electrical standards.

Course topics include electrical theory, lead-acid batteries, using a multimeter, battery testing, generator sets, inverters, grounding and bonding systems, troubleshooting and more.

At the time of registration, each student will be shipped a study guide that should be reviewed prior to class, along with the ABYC standards.

The class concludes with a 200-question certification exam.

Click here for information or to register.

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