AMI schedules marina management course in Seattle

The IMM program is the first step toward becoming a certified marina manager and certified marina operator.
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The Intermediate Marina Management course, the most popular of the Association of Marina Industries’ programs, is heading west to Seattle from Feb. 19-23.

The IMM program is the first step toward becoming a certified marina manager and certified marina operator and is a prerequisite for admission to the Advanced Marina Management course.

The course includes management topics presented by industry leaders in their industry, coupled with facilitated group discussions.

The agenda was designed to provide guidance on issues that affect the industry today and to sharpen leadership skills.

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