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Marine Systems Program

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Marine Systems Program- 6-month diploma program starting in April or October every year

Educational Objective
The Marine Systems program extends the boatbuilding skills taught at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding. The current boatbuilding courses cover the construction of the hull, deck, cabin and spars on a traditional or contemporary wooden boat. The Marine Systems program will cover other tasks integral to boat building and repair, such as electrical systems, corrosion, diesel and gas engines, propulsion, hydraulics, marine plumbing, and marine HVAC.

Marine Systems Program Goals
Completion of the 6-month Diploma program in Marine Systems prepares students for entry-level employment opportunities in with the marine trades with an emphasis on marine systems. Graduates find entry-level employment in boat shops, shipyards, educational institutions, and maritime museums.

Enrollment has begun for a start date of April 8th. Applications are accepted until the program fills. High school degree or equivalent is required. 

Cost
$9700
Venue
Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building

42 N. Water Street
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
United States

Please contact the provider of this activity to arrange a time and date
Session Details

Enrollment has begun for a start date of April 8th. Applications are accepted until the program fills. High school degree or equivalent is required. 

Scholarship Available
Contact Name
Heidi Blehm
heidi.blehm@nwswb.edu
Age Range
Young Adult
Activity Theme
Maritime Skills
Activity Structure
Career Development
Classes
Educational/Tutoring
Activity Gender
All Genders
Activities listed are inclusive of our community’s transgender and gender fluid youth.
Activity Accreditation
Registration Required
Notes

Serious applicants are encouraged to arrange a tour with Heidi before applying. Call 360-385-4948 x 305

Community
Port Hadlock