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MARINE DESIGN

SHORT-TERM TRAINING

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About the Marine Design
Short-Term Training

No Cost to Trainees

In partnership with General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, this program provides you with the skills you need to become a Marine Designer. Learn how to perform marine design activities, resolve design-related problems, develop ship alteration drawings, electronically draft installation and fabrication drawings, extract computer-aided manufacturing data, and more! Download an informational PDF flyer.

What opportunities does this program provide?

Put Your Skills to Work

Upon completion of this accelerated program you will be aligned to enter the workforce. General Dynamics Bath Iron Works will conduct job interviews with qualified applicants upon successful completion of the program.

Continue Your Education

Interested in continuing to build your skills? Further your education by enrolling in one of our certificate or degree programs which lead to advanced and expanded career opportunities upon graduation.

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How do I complete this program?

Browse the information below to learn what is involved in qualifying for and completing this program.

Successfully complete training in:

  • 3D modeling and visualization
  • Drafting skills for fabrication and installation drawings
  • Problem solving in design

Completion Time & Location

3-weeks

Offered at the SMCC Midcoast Campus in Brunswick. Classes are ongoing. Inquire about upcoming sessions.

3-week program, Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Prerequisites

To qualify for this training you must meet the following prerequisites:

  • At least 18 years old
  • High School diploma, GED or HiSet
  • U.S. Citizenship and/or authorization to work in the US required. Additional hiring restrictions may apply
  • Unemployed or underemployed and a resident of Maine.
  • Good computer skills (e.g., proficiency with Microsoft Office tools) required
  • Ability to read, interpret and follow technical procedures, standards and work instructions required.
  • 3D CAD or AUTOCAD proficiency preferred.
  • Testing may be required

COMPLETION TIME

3 WEEKS

*Estimated completion time.

NO COST

TO QUALIFIED TRAINEES

LOCATION

MIDCOAST CAMPUS IN BRUNSWICK

Have Questions?

We’re here to help. Contact us at workforceregistration@smccME.edu or 207-741-5955.

Applicants who are not US Citizens and are from prohibited countries as designated in the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations may be disqualified from working at GDBIW. For a Current list of Prohibited countries please click here.

THANKS TO THE SUPPORT OF:

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Harold Alfond Center

The Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan