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Installs, adjusts and maintains a wide range of electronic equipment on a ship, including communication, power, propulsion, climate, sonar, security, navigation and surveillance systems. A great career on land is even better when you combine it with ocean-going adventure. A highly specialized field that requires advanced training. Say watt?
Here’s what you need:
- High school diploma or GED required
- ABYC certification recommended
Here’s where you get it:
|DC Electrical for Vessels||UAA Kodiak College||No||Certificate of Attendance||2 days|
|DC Electrical for Vessels||UAA/KPC Kachemak Bay Campus – Homer||No||Certificate of Completion||5 evenings|
|Marine Electric/Boat Owners||UAS Ketchikan Campus||No||No||5 days|
|Marine Electrical-ABYC||AVTEC – Seward||No||ABYC||4 days|
|Marine Electrical Systems||AVTEC – Seward||No||Completion Certificate||15 Days|
|Industrial Electricity||AVTEC – Seward||No||Completion Certificate||202 Days|