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Register NOW for MIA Intermediate Marina Management Course

by MIA on 2 Jul 2013
MIA Marina Industry Association (MIA) http://www.marinas.net.au
The Marina Industries Association (MIA) is pleased to announce that its popular Intermediate Marina Management Course will be held on 4-8 August 2013 on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

This four-day course is accredited by the Global Marina Institute (GMI) and is designed to provide marina personnel in a leadership position with fast-track training in the critical issues of marinas. It is also an essential course in a career path leading to the globally recognised Certified Marina Manager, Certified Marina Operator and Certified Marina Professional qualifications.

The course is aimed at managers, supervisors and foremen who have had at least one full year of experience working at this level.
Marina industry professionals and Certified Marina Managers will share their expertise and knowledge on a wide variety of topics including:
• Emergency Management
• Environmental Management
• Marina Insurance
• Health and Safety
• Human Resources
• Leadership Management
• Marina Industry in the Future
• Marketing
• Marina Legal Issues
• Marina Field Trip (visit 3 Marinas)

Each day is packed with a range of learning opportunities, including formal classes and lectures, informal discussions, a field trip to nearby marinas, and marina/boatyard industry networking.

Participants will learn about world's best practices in marina operations and management and will receive a globally recognised certificate at the completion of the course.
Prequisites are at least one full year working either as a marina manager or in a marina leadership position, performing day-to-day onsite work in a marina of 50 or more berths. Please refer to the Career Pathway for the Marina Industry.
The Superior Scholarship offered by Superior is open to anyone who is interested in attending the course and who is a member of the MIA (membership can be either through your marina or as an individual). The scholarship covers all costs (travel excluded) of attending the course.
• MIA Members: AUD $3250 per person
• Non-MIA Members: AUD $3950 per person

Fees include: 4 nights accommodation, course folder, learning materials, resources and presentation, breakfasts, morning and afternoon teas, lunches, welcome drinks, 1 x evening dinner, and marina tour.

Enrolment Deadline: Friday 12 July 2013!

For information, telephone or email Ian Winestock, Marina Industries Association Industry Education Officer
education@marinas.net.au and Tel: +61 2 8197 4753.
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