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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Complete applications for mariner credentials must be submitted through a Regional Exam Center or Monitoring Unit. Complete applications are accepted electronically, by mail, fax, or in person with an appointment.

 
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Appointments: We highly recommend that you schedule an appointment before coming to a Regional Exam Center. Walk-Ins for applications will be handled on a "Space Available" basis only. Exams are by Appointment only.

Toledo Regional Exam Center

Hours of Operation:

***Closed all Federal Holidays***

Regional Exam Center: 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday
Exam Room: 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday

Exam Scheduling: ALL Mariners are required to schedule their exams 3 working days prior to visiting a Regional Exam Center.

Exam Rules: Exams must be completed within the week started and on consecutive days. For those taking more than one module, a minimum of two modules per day is required. If applicable, mariners must bring plotting tools.

Building Access: Privately owned building, no weapons allowed.

Parking: Paid parking is available within a one block radius of the REC. Due to recent vandalism and theft in the area, it is highly recommended that you secure all your valuables out of sight and lock your vehicle. There are three Hotels within a 2 block radius with parking facilities or valet parking.

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Toledo, Ohio

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Location:
420 Madison Ave, Suite 700
Toledo, OH 43604-1265

Phone: 1-(888) 427-5662

Fax: 1-(419) 259-7558

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Regional Exam Centers (REC) pre-screen applications, administer examinations, conduct oversight of Coast Guard approved courses, and support community outreach programs. It is important that you provide the Regional Exam Center with a complete application package to avoid delays.

You MUST have a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) before applying for a credential.

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