[MARMAM] BPM NZ MMO Training Course - July/August 2015
Lesley.Douglas at blueplanetmarine.com
Fri Jul 10 21:36:42 PDT 2015
BPM NZ MMO Training Course
MMOs wishing to work on marine seismic surveys in New Zealand waters must successfully complete a training course consistent with the standards outlined in the 2013 Code of Conduct for Minimising Acoustic Disturbance to Marine Mammals from Seismic Survey Operations. Blue Planet Marine's NZ MMO Course is one of only a few courses approved by the New Zealand Government as meeting these standards. It is suitable for candidates new to MMO work right through to experienced MMOs or industry/government personnel keen to better understand this role.
The BPM NZ MMO Course consists of 13 modules of online distance learning and a three-day practical component. The three-day practical component includes classroom, shore- and sea-based activities designed to consolidate online distance learning, and introduce and then practice techniques essential to the role of MMO. Candidates for the course would need to be able to complete the online distance learning within the timeframe specified below and be available to attend the practical component in Auckland, New Zealand.
Candidates whom successfully complete the BPM NZ MMO Course will be capable and confident in undertaking the duties of a MMO under the Code of Conduct, and will be recognised by the New Zealand Government as 'trained' MMOs, able to work on marine seismic surveys in New Zealand waters.
* Online distance learning: 21 July to 4 August 2015
* Practical component: 17-19 August 2015, Auckland, New Zealand
* Cost: NZ$2,100 (ex GST) - covering online distance learning, practical component, lectures and course handouts.
To apply for this course or for more information, please contact Lesley Douglas (info at blueplanetmarine.com<mailto:info at blueplanetmarine.com>). Places are limited and applications close Friday 17 July 2015. Apply now to secure one of the remaining places.
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