WARREN, R.I. — The International Marina Institute, a training subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries, is now offering its Intermediate Marina Management course in six modules in order to make the trainings more convenient for those who are unable to attend the full four-day course, either because of time or travel restriction. The first module, “Marina Law,” will be delivered at the California Association of Harbor Masters & Port Captains conference on Oct. 13 in Sacramento, Calif.
“We see this as a win-win for the industry and trade associations as a whole,” Kayce Florio, IMI’s training coordinator, said in a release.
The Marina Management course has been broken down into six different modules with the intent of partnering with other regional marine trade associations to bring these training opportunities to their memberships.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for CAHMPC members to gain valuable education and training to enhance their personal and professional value,” CAHMPC Education Committee Chair Brad Gross said in a release. “CAHMPC looks forward to a long-term educational partnership with IMI and AMI.”
Dennis Nixon, a marina law expert and one of the founders of IMI back in 1986, will be delivering the Marina Law module of the IMM course at the CAHMPC conference. For more information about online training or to register for access to this online training, go to www.marinaassociations.org and click on “training,” email email@example.com, or call 401–247–0314.