changing careers

Discussion in 'Education' started by thett, Aug 20, 2005.

  1. thett
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    thett New Member

    Does anyone have any advice and recommendations on a good boat building school for someone who is about to change careers?
     
  2. Kailani
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    Kailani Senior Member

    This thread came up as a similar thread. There was no answer posted on it, so...

    The Landing School --- Today, the school offers diplomas and associate degrees that mix artisan tradition with engineering innovation in four key areas: Wooden Boat Building, Composite Boat, Building Program, Yacht Design Program, Marine Systems Program
    http://www.landingschool.edu/

    GLBBS --- housed in an impressive 12,000 square-foot facility, designed and built specifically for the teaching of woodworking, basic design, traditional and modern boat building, and yacht joinery.
    http://www.glbbs.org/

    Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding --- programs include Traditional Small Wooden Boats, Traditional Large Wooden Boats and Contemporary Wood Composite Boats, giving students a broad range of skills for careers in a variety of marine industries.
    http://nwboatschool.org/
     
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