Experience Boating in Atlantic Canada
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Nova Scotia Marine Service Technician Certification Program
Marine Service Technician Certification Course, March 1-3, 2017
In order to take advantage of the brand new apprenticeship training now available for people wanting to become employed in marine industry, businesses require a Nova Scotia Certified Marine Service Technician on staff who can be the journeyperson to train and mentor the apprentice(s).
A three day preparatory course for qualified technicians wishing to challenge the certification is now available. The course will explain and review the different marine service disciplines that the technician will be tested on, and help technicians who are not used to writing multiple choice exams.
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Information about marinas and destinations in our region, details about the. Halifax International Boat Show, a Directory of our members and the marine services they offer and how to Discover Boating if you have not already done so.
The 2017 Atlantic Canada Guide to Marinas and Yacht Clubs is now in production. Copies will be available in mid January and at the Halifax International Boat Show.
The 2017 Halifax International Boat Show Show Guide is now in production Information for exhibitors wishing to exhibit in the guide is here.
Check out our website to find out information about the Association, its benefits and how to join if you are a recreational marine business. In addition to promoting the recreational marine industry in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland, AMTA offers access to industry research, government advocacy and publishes a regular electronic newsletter.
The 2012 Economic Impact Study of Recreational Boating in Canada published in 2013 is now available. Click here to download a copy of the study.