Actisense Qualify Poland’s First NMEA 2000 Installers

Specialist training providers at Actisense in Poole, have qualified Poland’s first NMEA 2000 installers

Following a series of dedicated training courses, Actisense the multi-award winning NMEA specialists, have now qualified Poland’s first basic NMEA 2000 Installers. The newly qualified installers include Pawel Pojawa of Airmech and Piotr Cywinski of Navinord.

Giving the wider European marine electronics industry greater access to specialist NMEA 2000 qualifications, Actisense training courses have attracted marine electronics distributors and installers from across Europe. A notable success and a landmark for the Polish marine electronics industry, the popular courses have enabled Poland to gain its first accredited NMEA installers.

Actisense Technical Support Engineer and Training Coordinator, Owen Vachell, has been responsible for leading the training courses within the custom-built training centre at Actisense in Poole, Dorset. Owen is the only person outside of the America’s to hold the Advanced NMEA 2000 Certificate. He attended the course himself and achieved the accreditation in the USA at the beginning of 2017.

Owen said:

“I would like to congratulate both Pawel Pojawa and Piotr Cywinski for becoming Poland’s first ever accredited NMEA 2000 Installers. Their achievements highlight the success of our courses and it’s been great to welcome distributors from across Europe into the Actisense HQ. We now have six more courses lined up for 2018, providing even more opportunities for installers and distributors to expand their knowledge and grow their business.’’



Combined with the NMEA 2000 qualification, training course attendees have the opportunity to become an ‘Actisense Accredited Installer’ (AAI) as the NMEA specialists have created their own course designed to help improve users understanding of their technical products.

Members of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA), Actisense creates intelligent marine electronic products that have seen them become recognised globally for their sophistication and reliability. Building their international reputation, these products are now exported to over 70 distributors in 40 countries.

For more details about available Actisense courses, sign up here: http://eepurl.com/cS_Jrz

Press release submitted by Darren Northeast PR: http://www.darrennortheast.co.uk/

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