Train for your captain’s license | Marine Patrol will offer specialized courses in February

The Mercer Island Police Department (MIPD) Marine Patrol unit will be hosting two courses in February at the Mercer Island Community and Event Center (MICEC).

The Mercer Island Police Department (MIPD) Marine Patrol unit will be hosting two courses in February at the Mercer Island Community and Event Center (MICEC).

The first course is titled, OUPV (6-Pack) and is a 56-hour course, which will be held on seven weekdays beginning Feb. 8. The class hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and the cost is $900.

The second course is titled, “Upgrade to Master 100 Ton” and is a 24 hour course, which will be held on weekdays, beginning Feb. 17 The class hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and the cost is $300.

These are very specialized courses for experienced vessel operators. If you would like more informatio, send an email to Commander Leslie Burns (Leslie.Burns@mercergov.org) and she will send you the course flyer. You can also contact Skip Anderson directly at 253-227-2003 or director.flagship@comcast.net. The website for the course is www.flagshipmaritimellc.com.

 




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