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ABYC offers lower rate on courses

The American Boat and Yacht Council is offering two-for-one pricing on certification courses through December in select areas of the country.

When an organization or individual signs up for an ABYC course, a second student can attend the course at no additional charge. An additional fee of $225 will be assessed for the second student if he or she desires to take the certification examination at the conclusion of the course.

A $100 one-time discount for signing up for an eligible course will be offered to single students. For those already registered, they can invite a work associate to attend the course at no additional charge by contacting the ABYC before Oct. 30.

Click here to view the qualifying class dates.

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