Marine Technology Program

Marine Technology Program - 120 Hours

GET ON THE WATER! Interested in water, boats, marinas? A career in Marine Technology may be for you!

This 120-hour program is designed to prepare students to function as entry-level marine service technicians. Tasks relate to product service and rebuilding, basic engine theory and shrink wrapping. 

  • Basic ElectricalInfographic
  • Basic Engine Theory
  • Safety
  • Seasonal Boat Preparation
  • Shrink Wrapping
  • Trailer Repair
  • Trailering 

January 12, 2021 - March 18, 2021
Tues, Wed, Thurs
5:00 - 9:00 pm

Location: Southern Adirondack Education Center, 1051 Dix Ave, Hudson Falls, NY 

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This Marine Technology Program is a collaboration with Employment Training for Adults, Saratoga Economic Development Corporation, Eastern New York Marine Trades Association and Saratoga, Warren & Washington Workforce Development Board. 

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Questions? Call us at (518) 581-3555 or email

According to data from MRAA and NMMA studies on the New York Marine Industry Economic Impact, $735 million account for annual retail sales of new boats, engines and marine accessories in New York. More than 4,900 jobs are supported by boating in just three upstate NY congressional districts (19, 20, 21) that ENYMTA represents.

For more statistics about this industry, click on the infographic below. 








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