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Home Study Programs

December 26, 2013

If there’s anything Capt. Guy Sorensen learned in his decades of working with professional mariners it’s that they learn in a variety of ways, times and places. “That’s why we launched our home study programs,” said Sorensen, who founded the Virginia-based Chesapeake Marine Training Institute in 1992.  Sorensen offers several home study programs with various options, mainly to prepare deck officers and engineers. The 500/1600 Master/Mate Inland or Near Coastal program prepares mariners to earn their license as a deck officer serving as Master or Mate on vessels not exceeding 500 or 1,600 gross registered tons and operating within inland or near coastal waters.
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(As published in the November 2013 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - www.marinelink.com)



 
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