[MARMAM] Marine Mammal Observer Course (MMO/MFO) - Fremantle - Perth Australia

Yvonne Miles - Scanning Ocean Sectors yvonne at scanningoceansectors.org
Fri Nov 26 01:04:21 PST 2010

Scanning Ocean Sectors are holding an MMO course in Fremantle at the

IFAP Fremantle
Offshore and Maritime Training Centre
12 Rous Head Rd
North Fremantle WA 6159
Postal Address: PO Box 339, Willetton, WA, 6955
Phone: work +61 8 9430 6611
Fax: +61 8 9430 6093 IFAP Fremantle
Offshore and Maritime Training Centre

The dates for the MMO Course 1st to the 3rd February 2011

Please register at the Scanning Ocean Sectors website
immediately if you wish to attend the course, the registration has only
started today and places are very limited

If you also require your BOSIET/TBOSIET or seaworthy medical please book
this through IFAP training center (Please note all persons wishing to do the
BOSIET course need to have a medical first)

We look forward to seeing you on this course in Perth, Fremantle

Scanning Ocean Sectors – Is a Marine Mammal Observer (MMO) training company
and Joint Nature Conservation Committee – JNCC, recognised course for
industry and research.
This course will cover all aspects of data recording for Australian waters
and legislation from the EPBC Act Policy Statement 2.1
We have years of research behind the EFFECTIVE training of MMOs with courses
adapted to the requirements of the clients, and taught by professionals in
their specialised fields. With fully trained and experienced MMOs
Our training is to ensure INDUSTRY gets the MMOs they require, that they
are PROFESSIONALLY trained, Efficient and EFFECTIVE in the job, and are
prepared for all necessary actions.
Each student is graded in their certificates to ensure the *quality standard
* of the MMO industry is gaining.

Yvonne Miles
*Managing Director*
*Scanning Ocean Sectors*

yvonne at scanningoceansectors.org
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