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Navigation Assessor Course

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Join us at our Navigation Assessor courses...
 

Date: 5-6 September 2017
Location: Cliftons, 5th Floor, Hutchison House, Central, Hong Kong

Fees: NI member: HKD7500 Non-member: HKD9000
80% refund of course fee available for eligible participants.

Date: 7-8 September 2017
Location: Cliftons, 5th Floor, Hutchison House, Central, Hong Kong

Fees: NI member: HKD7500 Non-member: HKD9000
80% refund of course fee available for eligible participants.

Date: 18-19 September 2017
Location: 
Commissioners of Irish Lights, Harbour Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Fees (+VAT): NI member: £750 Non-member: £900

Date: 21-22 September 2017
Location: 
L’Onda Hotel, 4048 Limassol, Cyprus
Fees (+VAT): NI member: £750 Non-member: £900

To book your place, please email sec@nautinst.org 


The Nautical Institute's Navigation Assessor Course course complements The Nautical Institute’s specialist publication Navigation Assessments: A guide to best practice.

We explore key issues and provide practical advice on:
- What defines an assessment
- Improving safety and best practice
- How to conduct the assessment with a systematic approach
- Preparing an effective report.

This course is suitable for:
- Personnel requiring to demonstrate they hold a qualification to be able to conduct navigation audits stipulated in TMSA3 element 5
- Marine Consultants
- Surveyors
- Inspectors
- Marine Managers
- Superintendents
- Shipmasters preparing for navigation assessments

Part A Navigation Assessor certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of the course. Candidates may then proceed to part B – an onboard assessment.

 

 

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Each course attendee will receive a complimentary copy of the highly acclaimed book Navigation Assessments - a guide to best practice (worth £40) on the day of the course!
 
 
"In my view, every ship's manager, Master, deck officer and navigational assessor should have a copy of this guide to hand, no matter what their experience." 
 
Steve Clinch, Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents, MAIB.