Dutch Joint Initiative: Onboard Vibration Training Course

Press Release
Thursday, March 21, 2013
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The well-known Dutch research institutes MARIN and TNO offer a 2-day course – 'Onboard Noise & Vibration'.

The organisers believe that the entire maritime industry can benefit from this training course, and claim it is the only training course in the world specialised in the details of noise and vibrations at an advanced level. The program has been developed and adjusted to the needs expressed by the industry and deals with the origin and prevention of noise and vibrations on board.

The two-day training course takes place in Delft, the Netherlands, on 28 and 29 May. 2013, and will be  of interest to engineers, naval architects, R&D managers and instructors. The  Dutch specialist in noise and vibrations, Loggers BV, will also be in attendance.
 
Because of its international setting, the training offers companies an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge and to network with colleagues, clients and/or suppliers. It also enables them to position themselves better as partner in the international shipbuilding process.

For more detailed information contact HME’s Manager Professional Training, Jan Adriaan Krans on: +31 10 4444 333 or Email jk@hme.nl

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