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NMEA Announces ‘22 Training Course Schedule

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The National Marine Electronics Association has announced the lineup and dates of the marine electronics installer training classes for 2022.

Courses offered include basic Marine Electronics Installer, Advanced Marine Electronics Installer, Basic NMEA 2000 Network Installer and Advanced NMEA 2000 Network Installer courses.

The basic classes will be offered in-person and virtually, while advanced classes are in-person only.

“For 2022, we have a great lineup of both in-person and virtual training events,” Mark Reedenauer, NMEA president and executive director, said in a statement. “Our basic installer classes offer the convenience of either virtual or in-person training events, while our advanced installer trainings are intentionally in-person only events so students can get the best possible learning experience.”

Click here for the list of remaining 2021 and scheduled 2022 NMEA training events.

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