Maritime & Industrial Training Center

PLEASE NOTE:  Our training center is now open for regularly-scheduled classes. To maintain a healthy environment for everyone, face masks must be worn at all times in student common areas. If you are able, please bring a face mask with you.  

Upon entry to the facility, there will be a checkpoint for temperature monitoring, and you will be asked if you are feeling any symptoms of illness. 

As a courtesy to all, we appreciate your continued respect for social distancing. Sanitizer stations will be available for your use throughout the facility.  If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to enroll in any upcoming training,  please email fireschool@dcc.edu, or call the main line at (504) 671-6620.

The Maritime and Industrial Training Center at Delgado Community College has earned a national and international reputation for providing high quality Maritime and Industrial Fire Fighting, Radar, Safety, and U.S. Coast Guard-approved training. For over two decades, Delgado's experienced instructors have helped provide training to licensed mariners and industry personnel in the Maritime, Oil and Gas, and Safety/Homeland Security fields. Courses can also be tailored to meet the specific needs of your company.

Location and Contact Information

13200 Old Gentilly Road
New Orleans, Louisiana 70129
Phone: (504) 671-6620
Fax: (504) 671-6592

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Register for Courses

If you will be paying for training yourself with a credit or debit card, you can enroll online, via the non-credit course registration system. Please note that this facillity offers non-credit programs only. For a list of courses offered at the facility, visit our course description page.

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professional mariner magazine logoRead the Professional Mariner article to learn how Delgado Community College is providing fast, flexible, and focused training that matches skill sets needed by industry.

Fire training equipment

The Maritime and Industrial Training Center recently acquired four new fire training props. Learn more about our new equipment.

 

Governor Edwards Visits the training center in 2019