NEXT GEN Workshop Dates Announced for October 2017
NEXT GEN 2017 Workshop dates are confirmed. 3 one day events will be held in the historic port of Southampton UK at the Grand Harbour hotel and conference venue on 24 25 26 October.
Workshop Lead, John Haynes, said, ‘The format of 3 one day Workshops held 'back to back' worked well in 2016. Delegate feedback was great for all topics - attendees liked the dynamic presentations linked to lively panel discussions.'
NEXT GEN Shock Mitigation Solutions WORKSHOP - 24 October 2017
Focuses on 'shock mitigation by all means' for professional and military organisations, boat builders, equipment manufacturers, service providers & standards organisations.
NEXT GEN RIB & High Speed Craft WORKSHOP - 25 October 2017
Focuses on topics relevant to workboats, pilot boats, patrol boats, search & rescue, survey vessels, charter craft, superyacht tenders and unmanned surface vessels.
NEXT GEN Systems Safety & Equipment WORKSHOP - 26 October 2017
Focuses on integration of relevant systems & equipment into the maritime workplace, effective safety, innovative systems for communications and situational awareness.
Genuine Experts - Analyse Problems - Deliver Solutions
The fast moving Workshop style programme brings together an international group of experts armed with the latest knowledge to identify problems that affect the sub IMO / sub 24 metre maritime sector worldwide - AND highlight potential solutions!
‘Whilst I was there I was bombarded with new and interesting ideas, facts and outlooks. Your infectious enthusiasm for these subjects is clearly rubbing off on all those who were present!’
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