Educator Training Conference Agenda Announced

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The ABYC Foundation announced the agenda and speaker lineup for its Educator Training Conference, to be held virtually July 20-22.

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The conference is intended for high school and post-secondary instructors and boating industry leaders who want to learn more about creating a strong workforce.

“We are excited about our speaker lineup for the Educator Training Conference, with technical school and industry leaders sharing their knowledge, experiences and passion for educating the next generation of marine technicians,” said Margaret Podlich, ABYC Foundation executive director.

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“It’s going to be an information-packed two days based around professional development, industry insights and guidance for hands-on learning in the classroom,” she added.

Click here for the speakers and the topics they will cover.

The foundation said that those who register by May 15 receive free access to ABYC’s online Basic Marine Electrical and Corrosion Mitigation course.

Click here to register for the conference.

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