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Marine Mechanic Training Offered at WyoTech in Daytona Beach

Employers who search for a new employee often look to find a professional with confidence in the depth of his or her knowledge. Employers also look for applicants who have the ability to be successful in an automotive workplace.

As a graduate of the Marine Specialist program at WyoTech’s Daytona Beach campus, you’ll have plenty to offer employers. You’re ready on day one of employment to get involved in the workflow, whether it’s working on personal watercraft, yachts, commercial fishing boats or cabin cruisers. And training at WyoTech can prepare you to work on anything in between.

Marine mechanic training at WyoTech’s Daytona Beach campus offers the following benefits:

  • Hands-on training – You learn by working with your hands on diesel engines, generator sets, stern drive units, gasoline inboard engines, outboard motors and more.
  • Advanced systems knowledge – You get detailed training to install and troubleshoot support systems. You’ll also gain additional skills to successfully research parts and use automotive service manuals.
  • Top instruction from professionals – Your instructors are professionals who bring personal knowledge and industry experience to the classroom each day. You benefit from real insights and insider tips about the trade.

Your career goal is just as important as the education you receive at WyoTech. We’re with you every step of the way and will help you rehearse interview techniques, manage different business situations, and prepare a resume and cover letter. Through a combination of training and career services support, our goal is to help make your career goals a reality.

Graduates of our Marine Specialist program may seek entry-level careers as a marine technician, apprentice mechanic, boat and motor rigger, parts associate, and more. While no one can guarantee where or when you may find an industry job, good things can happen when you have the right attitude, training confidence and support.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has additional information on how much you could possibly earn and the states where the largest number of marine specialists work.*

Contact WyoTech today and learn more about hw marine mechanic training can help prepare you for a brighter future.

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes493051.htm, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2010.

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