Report writing online seminar

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Date(s) - 18/09/2017
8:00 am - 11:00 am


kilhamsBefore you reserve your place, please note this online seminar will be broadcast at 08.00 London time on 18 September 2017 using the zoom video conferencing platform and will last for 3 hours. The seminar is open to IIMS members and non-members.

Your host and presenter for this seminar is John Kilhams. John, who has been involved in the marine industry for 63 years, has delievered this programme many times before. He has experience in most types of small craft construction and boatyard management. In addition John has 20 years in marine surveying and brings the benefit of this experience to course candidates.

A report is the surveyor’s intellectucal property and he/she lives or dies by it. This three hour course aims to provide the information that a yacht and small craft surveyor needs to consider when writing his/her report, with suggested clauses for use in the report to protect against possible litigation. There is advice on contracts and terms of business and how, when and where these should be used. So, if you want to tidy up and strengthen your report writing skills this is a good place to start.

Who should attend this seminar?
The report writing seminar is aimed specifically at yacht and small craft surveyors, both those who are less experienced, but also those who feel they would benefit from a refresher any surveyor who has a need to assess the thickness of steel or GRP hulls.

The cost of the seminar is £75. On receipt of your booking, your joining instructions will be sent no later than one week before the event. To book your place on this seminar, please complete the form below.

After the seminar, delegates will receive a copy of the presentation and a certificate of attendance by email. Three CPD points may be claimed by IIMS members who participate in this online seminar.

Please note it is not our policy to make a refund in the event you book and subsequently fail to attend online.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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