Steve Young began teaching our Marine Electrical Systems course on Tuesday April 24 – it will run through June 19. A high level of interest was evident as 27 students signed up for the class! This class covers the gamut from basic electricity to troubleshooting and repair and provides the understanding one needs to help with the installation and maintenance of systems such as AC and DC power systems, wiring, circuit protection, charging, and corrosion protection.
Steve York taught the Partner in Command seminar on Saturday May 19 to a small but enthusiastic class of four students. More on this in my Safety Tip report elsewhere in this newsletter.
We have scheduled a Piloting class to begin right after the Marine Electrical Systems class ends to run from June 26 to August 21. John Profant will teach this class. Following this we will be offering an Engine Maintenance course from September 11 to November 20 taught by Pete Seagoe. And finally, we will be scheduling another ABC class for the fall time period.
All in all our education staff is keeping pretty busy – If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-682-4543. Sail safely!