Ministry of Defence (MOD) procurement session - Thursday 5 July - 11.00 – 13.00

Seawork Conference sponsored by Knighthood

The ever-popular Ministry of Defence (MOD) procurement session, will take place on Thursday 5 July at 11.00 – 13.00 in the Knighthood Conference Village.

The Seawork Conference is a must for all involved in the commercial marine industry who wish to explore the challenges, changes and emerging opportunities in the current and future commercial marine and workboat sector.

The free-to-attend Seawork Conference, will see sessions on Maritime Apprenticeships and Training, as well as speakers and presentations from the National Workboat Association and Maritime Skills Alliance.  The ever-popular Ministry of Defence (MOD) procurement session will take place on Thursday 5 July at 11.00 – 13.00.

FREE-TO-ATTEND SEAWORK CONFERENCE

TUESDAY 3 JULY

Showcasing Maritime Apprenticeships

13:00 – 13:30

Workboat Trailblazer Apprenticeship in England and the Modern Scottish Apprenticeship

Mark Ranson, National Workboat Association

13:30 – 14:00

Boatyard and Marina Apprenticeships

Blue Davies, British Marine

14:30 – 15:00

OoW Apprenticeship / Small Vessel Engineer Apprenticeships

Iain Mackinnon, Maritime Skills Alliance

15:00 – 15:30

Senior Level Apprenticeships

Dian Fitch, Liverpool John Moores University

WEDNESDAY 4 JULY

10:00 – 11:30

Find out about the Business Opportunities for Multi-Use Platforms at Sea.

1200 – 1300

Marine Services (MoD Project) presentationMoD

1330 – 1630

Small Craft Surveyors Forum – Bookable free sessionInternational Institute of Marine Surveyors

 

13.30

Challenges for 24m and mini ISM Code vessel surveyors

Richard Franklin, Braemar Yacht Services

 

14.00

Tonnage Measurement – calculating Load Line Length, breaks and depth

Paul Johnston, Euro Marine Surveys

 

14.45

Tea/coffee break

 

15.00

The importance of maintaining and extending your knowledge and skills as a marine surveyor

A Panel of Mike Schwarz (IIMS CEO), Nick Gladwell (SCMS - Workboats);  Hugo Morgan-Harris (YDSA - sailing yachts)

THURSDAY 5 JULY

11:00 – 13:00

MOD Procurement Programme 2018
MOD Bass Team

THE SEAWORK COMMERCIAL MARINE 2018 CONFERENCE – chargeable sessions – to book go to:

http://www.seawork.com/whats-on/seawork-conference/buy-tickets

WEDNESDAY 4 JULY

10:00 – 13:00

USV Operations – Paid for conference

  • What does it take to get a USV on the water and operational?
  • Design - what are the implications?
  • Technology developments - are we ready?
  • Application
  • USVs in a mixed maritime environment

1400 – 1700

Hybrid Vessels – Paid for conference

  • The financial impact – design, development and operation
  • Hybrid and wind farm operations
  • Application & Efficiencies

SEE THE FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME ON SEAWORK.COM

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