Actisense qualify Poland’s first NMEA 2000 installers
NMEA specialists Actisense have qualified Poland’s first basic NMEA 2000 installers after carrying out a series of training courses.
Actisense technical support engineer and training coordinator Owen Vachell led the training courses within the custom-built training centre at the company’s headquarters in Poole, Dorset.
Speaking about the newly qualified installers, which include Pawel Pojawa and Piotr Cywinski, Mr Vachell, said: “Their achievements highlight the success of our courses and it’s been great to welcome distributors from across Europe into the Actisense HQ. We now have six more courses lined up for 2018, providing even more opportunities for installers and distributors to expand their knowledge and grow their business.’’
Mr Vachell achieved the accreditation in the US at the beginning of 2017 and is the only person outside of the America’s to hold the Advanced NMEA 2000 Certificate.
Combined with the NMEA 2000 qualification, training course attendees have the opportunity to become an ‘Actisense Accredited Installer’ (AAI), as Actisense has created its own course designed to help improve users understanding of its technical products.
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