Published on: 13 March 2023
- Social Media Week – 28-30 March
- BMET & MEI Electrical – 3-4 April
- Hire Boat Code Course – 12 April
- The Law Relating to Brokerage and Boat Retailers – Thursday 20 April
- Intermediate Marina Manager Course – 24-27 April
Social Media Week – 28-30 March
Our Social Media Week workshops are for those who are looking to kickstart their social media presence and learn how to use various platforms successfully for their business.
Don’t miss this chance to learn all about what social media can do for your business. Explore features, pick up day-to-day strategies for success and create a personalised strategy for your business.
- Social Media Content Workshop
- Maximising the power of Facebook for Business
- The power of Social Media Advertising
- LinkedIn for Business
- Instagram for Business
Find out more: https://britishmarine.co.uk/Events-and-Courses/Training-Courses/Social-Media-Content-Workshop
BMET & MEI Electrical – 3-4 April
Are you an electrical engineer looking to further your knowledge and skills? Book an electrical course with British Marine and gain a qualification in marine electronics.
The BMET course is a practical and stimulating two-day course that provides the skills needed for the installation and maintenance of electrics on boats, leading to an industry-recognised qualification. Suitable for electrical engineers looking to further their knowledge and skills and gain a qualification in marine electronics.
Find out more: https://mymembership.britishmarine.co.uk/training-courses/bmet-electrical/
The MEI course is an informative one-day course that provides all the skills and knowledge electronic installers need for installation and maintenance of electronics on boats, leading to an industry recognised qualification. Aimed at individuals with at least one year’s experience in electronics.
Find out more: https://mymembership.britishmarine.co.uk/training-courses/marine-electronics-installer/
Hire Boat Code Course – 12 April
The last Hire Boat Code course before the summer season starts.
Are all your staff involved in boat hire trained to meet the standard of the new Hire Boat Code? If not, we have a course to support you and your staff.
Designed to support the industry’s implementation of the Hire Boat Code, the code of best working practices for the design, construction and operation of Hire Boats. Highly recommended for all Hire Boat Operators, and all those involved in inland Hire Boat operations
Find out more: https://britishmarine.co.uk/Events-and-Courses/Training-Courses/Hire-Boat%20Code
The Law Relating to Brokerage and Boat Retailers – Thursday 20 April
Brokers and boat retailers typically have responsibility for ensuring that the legal framework surrounding the sale and purchase of small craft is fit for purpose and for conducting the transaction successfully within this framework. This course is designed to give brokers the latest updates and legislation on issues covering law when selling new and second-hand boats. It provides invaluable information and guidance to help you minimise legal problems when selling boats.
Already updated post-Brexit, this course is under constant review to give you the most updated and relevant information.
Find out more: https://britishmarine.co.uk/Events-and-Courses/Training-Courses/The-Law-Relating-to-Brokerage-and-Boat-Retailers
Intermediate Marina Manager Course – 24-27 April
The Global Marina Institute (GMI), a partnership between British Marine and Marina Industries Association, presents the internationally renowned Intermediate Marina Management Course.
Hosted in Athens, Greece, this four-day course is designed to provide marina personnel in a leadership position with fast-track training in the critical issues in marinas. It is aimed at managers, supervisors and foremen who have had at least one full year of experience working at this level.
Find out more: https://britishmarine.co.uk/Events-and-Courses/Training-Courses/Intermediate-Marina-Management-Course