NMEA Marine Electronics Installer (MEI) $399.00 USD

Basic MEI On Line Training- Please read all information below

This is an introductory course in marine electronics installation that clarifies and defines competent installation practices. Topics include: Ohms law, grounds, battery and battery chargers, DC wiring, EMI, coaxial cables, antennas, AIS, marine VHF radios, transducers, radar, heading sensors and NMEA data interfacing.

  • This extensive training class usually takes students 4 to 6 hours to complete and covers the same PowerPoint training material that is taught in the NMEA classroom sessions.

  • All students get to download the NMEA 0400 Installation Standard and the 140 slide presentation after completion of the on line training.

  • You can save your progress by clicking save in the top right corner, and come back to complete at a later time if needed; however, skipping sections is not allowed.

  • There is a 10 question on-line quiz at the end of the course to prepare you for the 50 question test.

  • The testing portion of this training must be done and organized by the student at a local testing or proctoring facility such as a learning center or a local library. Proctoring can also be done at NMEA training events (see training schedule on the NMEA website), the NMEA National Office, and the NMEA Annual Conference & Expo.

  • The test cannot be completed on-line as NMEA has no control over the test taker. This helps to preserve the integrity and status of the basic NMEA installer credentials.

  • When the student is ready to sit for the test, they must provide the proctoring facility information to the NMEA for verification and for sending the test materials to the proctor. Please email proctoring location information to info@nmea.org and place in the subject line “NMEA Proctor Information”

 

Basic MEI On Line Training- Please read all information below

This is an introductory course in marine electronics installation that clarifies and defines competent installation practices. Topics include: Ohms law, grounds, battery and battery chargers, DC wiring, EMI, coaxial cables, antennas, AIS, marine VHF radios, transducers, radar, heading sensors and NMEA data interfacing.

  • This extensive training class usually takes students 4 to 6 hours to complete and covers the same PowerPoint training material that is taught in the NMEA classroom sessions.

  • All students get to download the NMEA 0400 Installation Standard and the 140 slide presentation after completion of the on line training.

  • You can save your progress by clicking save in the top right corner, and come back to complete at a later time if needed; however, skipping sections is not allowed.

  • There is a 10 question on-line quiz at the end of the course to prepare you for the 50 question test.

  • The testing portion of this training must be done and organized by the student at a local testing or proctoring facility such as a learning center or a local library. Proctoring can also be done at NMEA training events (see training schedule on the NMEA website), the NMEA National Office, and the NMEA Annual Conference & Expo.

  • The test cannot be completed on-line as NMEA has no control over the test taker. This helps to preserve the integrity and status of the basic NMEA installer credentials.

  • When the student is ready to sit for the test, they must provide the proctoring facility information to the NMEA for verification and for sending the test materials to the proctor. Please email proctoring location information to info@nmea.org and place in the subject line “NMEA Proctor Information”

 

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