Friday, March 6, 2015

So You Want To Be a Captain - Why Our Students Succeed

Mariners Learning System is highly regarded and recognized, with its award winning courses earning the approval of the United States Coast Guard, National Maritime Center, Department of Military, Veteran Affairs and Homeland Security.

Our teaching style is based on making the assumption that you know nothing. This does not mean that we speak down to you, it simply means that we will build the foundation on which you will learn. We believe that you need to crawl before you walk and that you need to walk before you run. By incorporating this methodology with our standard practice of teaching understanding, not just how to pass the USCG Exam, we enjoy a success rate that is unrivaled in the industry.
 
This learning method, refined and perfected by years of experience, has proven remarkably effective and is the reason Mariners Learning System has one of the highest success rates (98.7% with 25,000+ graduates) in the industry.

We invite you to learn more about our school, and specifically, our Captain's License Program. You may be surprised at how easy and affordable it can be to obtain your Captains License. Whether you're a casual weekend boater, or a maritime industry professional, we'll help you learn the numerous ways you will benefit from becoming a licensed Captain.

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