New service from Professional Boatbuilder Magazine

Discussion in 'Education' started by Eric Sponberg, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. Eric Sponberg
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    Eric Sponberg Senior Member

    To all,

    I just received this message from Carl Cramer, the publisher of Professional Boatbuilder magazine about their careers and training services:


    Within its first week, ProBoatCareers.com received 1,795 visitors. Now is the time to get involved! Whether you’re seeking new career opportunities, looking for qualified employees, or interested in training and education, you can find it all in one online stop. There is no charge to view the job listings. Simply register your email address and create your own password; you will be given free access to all the job listings. Employers please take advantage of the low rates available to companies that register during the month of April. Furthermore, there is a special section (and discounted rates) on the Web site for academic institutions seeking to place their graduates. www.ProBoatCareers.com.

    Meanwhile, EMarineTraining.com continues to grow with courses in such topics as The Business of Marine Surveying, Rhino Modeling, Propeller Selection, Intermediate Composite Repair, and Color-Matching Gelcoat. In the coming months EMarineTraining.com will be offering new classes in Vacuum-Bagging, Ensuring Excellence in Hull Design, and Basic AutoCAD. Students currently enrolled in EMarineTraining.com already understand the benefits of e-learning. Material is available 24 hours a day, and a one-hour live class each week offers one-on-one instruction with a qualified instructor who is also reachable via email throughout the duration of the course. For class fees, course descriptions, and enrollment information, visit www.emarinetraining.com today!

    Career advancement in the marine industry has never been easier. We welcome you to Professional BoatBuilder’s newest endeavors.

    My best regards, Carl Cramer

    *****
    These might be valuable services to all who would like to work in the marine industry.

    Eric
     
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