Zodiac to Offer F470 Training Class

Monday, April 23, 2001
Zodiac of North America, Inc. will offer two upcoming F470 training classes is Stevensville, Md. The first one will be held May 7-18, 2001. The second course is scheduled for July 9-20.

The two-week course offers basic training for the first week and advanced instruction for the second week. The first week covers basic gluing techniques, simple patching, valve repair and replacement, and overall maintenance.

The second week will include, but is not limited to, baffle repairs, transom replacements and complete overhauls.

Units are encouraged to bring their own crafts to the course. All training is hands-on and led by Albert Czartoryski, technical manager.

The fee for the class is $350 per student, per week. Per diem will be at the student’s expense. For more details or to register, contact Mandy Tomardy at phone: (410) 643-4544, ext. 3012; fax: (410) 604-0161; e-mail: mlt@zodiac.com.

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