The Marine Maintenance Technician program at LMC prepares you to earn your lifetime Mercury Marine Technician number and sit for the American Boat & Yacht Council Marine Service Technology Exam.
Developed in collaboration with the American Boat and Yacht Council, the Michigan Boating Industries Association, and local marinas, our program will prepare you for a job as a Marine Maintenance Technician in just seven weeks.
Skilled Marine Technicians are in demand year-round. This short-term training program provides you with the tools to become a skilled inboard and outboard engine tech and earn multiple certifications, including OSHA 10, American Heart Association First Aid, and CPR/AED, while learning the ropes in a marine-industry-recognized program.
The program is all online except for one day of First Aid CPR/AED and seven days where students will travel to Macomb Community College to participate in their state-of-the-art marine facility.
Upon completion of the program requirements, you will be eligible to take the American Boat & Yacht Council Marine Service Technology Exam.
- OSHA 10
- Basic Blueprint Reading
- Shop Math for Marine Industry
- First Aid & CPR/AED for Marine Tech
- Marine Fundamentals
- Marine Electrical Systems
- Starting a Business for Marine Tech
- Hand Tools, Power Tools, Diagnostics
- Marine Plumbing Systems
- Marine Hydraulics
- Marine Rigging
- Marine Carpentry & Structural Materials
- Marine Industry Customer Service
- Marine Engines
Cost: $ 5,500*
*Cost includes tuition, books, and fees. Scholarships may be available for assistance. Cost may be significantly or completely offset through Michigan Works! funding opportunities. Contact your local Michigan Works! office to learn more about whether you might qualify. Cost does not include lodging, food, and transportation to and from Macomb Community College.
Contact Jeremy Burleson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 269.637.7514 for more information.