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Roaring success: First AMM Course in New Zealand

by Marina Industries Association 31 Jul 2019 04:11 PDT 14-19 July 2019
First AMM Course in New Zealand © Marina Industries Association

For the first time, the Global Marina Institute endorsed Advanced Marina Management (AMM) course was held in New Zealand 14-19 July. There was participants from New Zealand, Australia and Malaysia attending the course.

With MIA Chairman Andrew Chapman, together with two other CMM's from New Zealand, Shane McInnes and Gareth Wilson presenting the course, the participants honed their business skills in marina management. The five-day course provided participants with the next step in spearheading their marina career towards global certification.

Sabine Seabrook from Westhaven Marina, stated, "course content was great... feels like on MBA crash course for marina professionals."

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