First Speakers Revealed for 2013 Transas SimUC

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Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Focusing on the theme “Future trends and new challenges in maritime simulation,” Transas Simulation User Conference couldn’t miss the topic of Energy Sector Simulation Applications. This session will cover most of subjects vital for offshore training one of them being the new Naitical Institute DP training scheme.

Regina Bindao, Manager of Accreditation & Certification Services, The Nautical Institute, will present details to participants regarding the new NI DP training scheme/requirements for 2014, and their objectives.

Ruud de Bruin, Project Manager Personnel Certification, DNV Business Assurance, will provide information related to DNV's competence scheme for Anchor Handling crew, and the DNV Dynamic Positioning assessment scheme.

The Transas Simulation User Conference 2013 will be held in Maryland, U.S. on July 15-19, 2013 and is jointly hosted by the Calhoon MEBA Engineering School (CMES) and Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS).

More information is available on the conference website:  www.transas.com/simuc/programme.

 

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