The Real Cost of Training

June 18, 2019


Take a closer inspection, a good look at the ads you see on social platforms and other advertising media regarding getting a USCG license and/or certification. There are some outstanding schools and institutions available that offer this required education. Price point is sometimes a consideration and let's not forget the most expensive item of all...Time.


There are those that believe the more time you spend in class, the better the course of instruction and the final result will be. That may be reality for some but there are negative elements that are hidden in plain sight. 


Fundamentals and specific factors of mariner training to keep in mind are many, depending on each individual need and situation. Take an in-class type of professional education syllabus for example;  How much of the productive classroom periods of instruction are you actually paying for, learning a new subject or practice a recently acquired skill? For those readers that have experienced this format of license schooling look back, and you will see a significant amount of time expenditure on things that don't help deliver the ultimate objective of obtaining the document in hand. Hidden in plain sight are time wasters that detract from the sum of success. At your option are numerous methods to get the unique, sometimes expensive, training desired. Even more importantly, there is also an essential need for accurate guidance of this process, especially for those boaters that have not experienced this type of learning environment yet. It will save a lot of money to effectively plan this type of venture.


Reaching the goal of getting the USCG license has many paths of success to choose from. Browse any search engine to examine for yourself. To discover what you qualify for, the associated costs, and requirements to reach that educational destination, BEFORE you commit to a course of instruction, please contact me at this website address or get a personal evaluation from the experts at CARS; 
















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