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Marine Diesel Mechanics Training at New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) St. Andrews Campus
Founded in 1968, New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) is a public community college with 4000 regular 10000 continuing students. With a variety of dynamic programs to get you the right skills, NBCC lets you discover what you love and turn it into a successful future. There are Certificate or Diploma-based programs in each of the program areas, and also programs with co-op education component.
With more than 90 programs, there are many ways to study full-time with NBCC. NBCC offers a variety of continuing education courses and programs designed to meet the lifelong learning needs of the community. Continuing Education courses are delivered using a variety of methods including on-campus evening classes, evening or weekend workshops, or regularly scheduled coursework during the week.
NBCC is designed to meet industry needs. Students receive applied and practical training on up-to-date technology and equipment to gain the right skills. NBCC in St. Andrews promotes educational partnerships and networks that encourage the students to be global citizens. Develop your skills and get hands-on training in one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. St. Andrews boasts some of the most awe-inspiring scenery New Brunswick has to offer.
Trades and Technology Program
- Certificate in Marine Diesel Mechanics (1 year Full Time): The one-year Marine Diesel Mechanics program provides you with the skills and knowledge to install, repair and maintain major mechanical components of commercial crafts, with particular reference to diesel engines. On top of learning about water-based equipment, you also master valuable mechanical and technical skills that can transfer to other trades including heavy equipment, motor vehicle and transport repair. Entry requirements are High School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency.
- As a graduate of this program, you may be employed by fleet owners, boat repair shops, truck and transport distributors and motor vehicle repair shops as Marine Diesel Mechanics, Marine Engineers/ Oilers, Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Small Engine Mechanics, Hydraulics Technicians, Motor Vehicle Mechanics and Industrial Mechanics/Millwrights.
- Campus Location: St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada
- Legal Recognition / Accreditation: Public institution recognized under a public act. Enabling Legislation: New Brunswick Community Colleges Act.
- Memberships/Affiliations: Colleges and Institutes Canada - CICan (formerly the Association of Canadian Community Colleges ACCC) and Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE)