FCC now requires applicants to register an FCC profile and FRN before taking the MROP Element 1 exam
There is a step-by-step video which instructs new applicants how to register.
Remember this has to be done BEFORE registering for MROP exam!
MROP: Required on vessels over 300 gross tons and vessels that carry more than 6 paying passengers
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For over two decades, World Wide Marine Training, LLC provides mariners the tools for increased income potential, lucrative career opportunities and the enjoyment of simple pleasures of life on the water.
Our students come from Hawaii, Alaska, California, the Southwest, Midwest and up and down the Eastern seaboard as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
We support this lifestyle through U.S. Coast Guard approved courses with personalized instruction by professional mariners. Superior graduate performance and a proven track record in mariner credential assistance, speaks of our commitment to student success. Whether you are a seasoned, professional mariner, or a new seaman exploring opportunities, we make sure your questions are answered, career goals addressed and expectations met.
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We conduct training at our headquarters in Oriental, NC and various locations throughout the United States. We will teach anytime, anywhere with U.S.C.G. site approval.
We provide U.S.C.G. Approved Training & Testing for personnel in all branches of the military, including, U.S.N. Sailors, U.S. Coastguardsmen, U.S. Marines and U.S. Army Soldiers, civilians working for the U.S.N., U.S.C.G., U.S.M.C. and U.S. Army employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, employees of the N.C. Ferry System, employees of the YMCA sailing camps in NC, SC & VA, Commercial Assistance Towing employees, charter boat and guide service personnel, professional mariners as well as members of the general public seeking a U.S.C.G. credential.