Fast Craft training courses available

Industry Database

FRC International is running three one day courses in Southampton UK next month which will be of value to all companies and organisations operating RIBs and planing craft in the professional, commercial and military sectors.

The DYNAV Manager course on 3 December will demonstrate to decision makers why a new method of Dynamic Navigation is required for the professional fast craft sector. DYNAV Manager explains how the system works and how it may be implemented within organisations to enhance performance and safety.

The WBV Manager course on 4 December will deliver industry best practice regarding whole body vibration (WBV) and repetitive shock (RS) on planing craft. Decision makers, managers and senior coxswain from over 100 organisations have attended FRC WBV awareness courses in Europe, Canada and North America.

The WBV Motion Analysis + H-SURV course on 5 December was developed in response to industry requests for guidance to measuring vibration on planing craft. It will provide the latest information to support vibration exposure assessment, health surveillance, EC compliance and exemption applications. 

Attendees on WBV Manager and Motion Analysis courses receive The Nautical Institute certificate. The Grand Harbour Hotel is in a central location, only twenty minutes from Southampton Airport with parking on site. Lunch and refreshments are included.

Online booking at www.frc-wbv.com/register-courses/ or email info@frc-int.com or +44 (0)1202 443798

There is background to these courses in earlier issues of Maritime Journal:

DYNAVhttp://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/onboard-systems/navigation-and-communication/dynamic-navigation-for-high-speed-craft/_nocache

WBV http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/onboard-systems/safety,-survival-and-training/vibration-awareness-training-for-rib-crew

Motion Analysis http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/industry-news/new-wbv-motion-analysis-course

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