In addition to the IALA model course programmes, IALA delivers supplementary short courses on demand, based on IALA publications and lectures from the Academy model course programmes.
The short courses have the following characteristics:
They are informative and relatively short (30 minutes to 2 hours basic study time plus optional self-learning).
There is no final examination (maybe a self-evaluation quiz) and a course certificate is issued.
The cost of taking the courses is low (<X00€)
There is an opportunity to engage in discussion with our tutors to ask questions about the subject matter.
Some courses are open courses that can be taken at any time, whilst others may be subject to a minimum number of students. Here are some of the potential short courses available (the numbers before the course names refer to the relevant IALA publications):
R1001 The IALA Maritime Buoyage System
G1005 Contracting out AtoN Service
R0130 Categorisation and availability objectives for short range AtoN
G1004 Level of service
R0118 Recording of AtoN positions
G1081 Provision of Virtual AtoN
G1116 Selection of rythmic characters and synchronization of lights for AtoN
“How to” series of Marine Aids to Navigation procurement courses including topics such as preparing a business case, managing stakeholders, writing specifications and appraising tenders.
We are constantly seeking to provide courses that are relevant for the Marine Aids to Navigation sector so please do get in touch if there are specific topics of interest that we could consider for development of a short course. For further information or to register interest in any of the courses above please e-mail email@example.com
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