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Registration Opens for NMMA’s Engineering Compliance Seminar


Registration is open for the 2021 National Marine Manufacturers Association virtual engineering standards compliance seminar. Online access begins on Monday, Dec. 13.

The online seminar is open to the marine industry and NMMA members, who are required to complete an engineering compliance seminar every other year.

The virtual event allows participants to learn at their own pace. Those registered may tune in to pre-recorded speaker sessions on their own time between Dec. 13 and Jan. 16.

This year’s seminar offers:

• An updated ABYC supplement ($300 value)

• Presentations on ABYC standard basics, recent changes and variations

• Live Q&A sessions with NMMA inspectors

• Access to the NMMA compliance exam software

Participants completing the seminar can become an NMMA compliance specialist for the 2023 model year.

Contact Lucyna Koscielniak, certification program coordinator, with any questions:

Register here



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