January 10, 2018

Maritime Training Program At SLCC Sees Tremendous Growth In Past 6 Months

Maritime Training Program At SLCC Sees Tremendous Growth In Past 6 Months

 

South Louisiana Community College has reported a 95% increase in their Maritime Training Program in St. Mary Parish. Nearly 1,000 students have enrolled over the past six months which is a considerable growth in terms of enrollment.

“Under the guidance of SLCC’s Corporate College, our Marine Operations program is now able to focus on what we do best – service the oil and gas industry,” said Captain Carl Moore, assistant dean of the Marine and Petroleum Training Centers in Houma and Morgan City.

Captain Carl Moore also played a vital role in the donation of a replica Cenac Marine Service Barge to South Louisiana Community College, which you can read more about here.

The program provides specialized Coast Guard-approved classroom instruction as well as practical training for students. To read more information on the growth of enrollment, as well as the Maritime training program itself, click here.

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