[MARMAM] 2-Day PAM Training Course in Mexico City
marmam at pamos.ca
Mon Jul 13 08:43:53 PDT 2015
PAMOS will be holding an intensive 2-Day PAM Training Course in Mexico City (August 3 & 4, 2015)
By the completion of the course you will fully comprehend the importance of having a PAM Operator on board a vessel and the responsibilities associated with such a position. We will equip you with the knowledge of how sound travels underwater, how to measure and understand the intensity of sound underwater, and how to identify the difference between Marine Mammal sounds and other Anthropogenic noises. It is also vital that by the end of the training you fully understand all the Mitigation guidelines and can use the PAMGuard software and PAM hardware with confidence.
The instructor is a specialist in the field of Underwater Acoustics and gained his PhD in Edinburgh, UK. Groups will be kept small to ensure that enough attention is given to each student.
Course Name: PAM Training Course
Date: August 3 & 4, 2015
Times: 8:00 to 17:00
Location: Mexico City
Tools/ Material: Bring your own laptops and make sure you have any of the following operating systems: Windows 7 or 8, Linux, or Mac OS X (with limited support). Please have Java Virtual Machine (JVM) previously installed; Scientific calculator (Physical or tablet application); and Headphones.
Option #1 – $500USD
PAM Training Course, with lunch Included
Option #2 - $650USD
PAM Training Course, with shared accommodation (according to availability), Breakfast & Lunch, and Travel (to and from Airport, Hotel & Classroom)
Option #3 - $770USD
PAM Training Course, individual accommodation, Breakfast & Lunch, and Travel (to and from Airport, Hotel, and Classroom)
If you have any further questions, please contact us at info at pamos.ca
Please visit us at pamos.ca or email us at: reserve at pamos.ca to reserve your place and from there we will send you more information.
Jessica Fisher, PAMOS Business Manager | Underwater Acoustics Consultancy
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