Connecticut Boating Certificates Maintains High Standards
Standards are of utmost importance in any successful business and that does not exclude us. We make our student experience the number one priority because after all we teach people. Connecticut Boating Certificates takes learning material mandated by the state and piques interest by using a multitude of learning methods. We have perfected the timing of our course. So much so that in a way that you’ll feel like you just watched a great movie. Course materials are presented in a clear and easy-to-understand format. Indeed our course is approved by Connecticut’s Department of Environmental and Energy Protection’s (DEEP) Boating division, the National Association of State Boating Law Administrator’s (NASBLA) and Recognized by the United States Coast Guard (USCG).
Our trainers are bright and articulate. Every Connecticut Boating Certificates trainer spends a mandatory 20 hours per year educating themselves. Studying the changes that impact Boating Safety and refining their craft as Educators. As a result, our instructors will give you the greatest opportunity to pass the final exam. Our students have an average score of 96-98 percent on the exam. In other words, to get those results we have to hold our instructors to a high standard. We have thousands of fantastic testimonials about our instructors written by our students.
We will continue to service you as a Client for life.
We want all of our Clients to benefit from all the value our company has to offer. Once you have taken one of our courses you will:
- One, become a Client and not just a past student.
- Two, be able to Send us an email or call us with any Boating and PWC questions anytime and get a prompt response
- Three receive our Newsletter along with any pertinent information regarding changes in Boating Safety regulations
- Four, be able to attend any of our Boating and PWC classes as a Refresher at half the Boat Course price.
- Finally, take advantage of any of our up and coming Navigation, Proficiency and Paddle-On courses as first priority