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You are invited to join the International Institute of Marine Surveying, Marine Surveying Academy and International Marine Contractors Association in person, or as an online delegate, for a special one-day eCMID AVI seminar. During the day, delegates will be given an update on the eCMID accreditation programme, the use of the new eDatabase, concluding with some essential presentations in the afternoon session.
Following the successful seminars held last year in Amsterdam and Singapore, the team has chosen London this year. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 22nd May at the Park Inn by Radisson, Bath Road, Sipson, Heathrow UB7 0DU adjacent to London Heathrow Airport for ease of transportation.
In response to interest expressed recently by IIMS members, a decision has been taken to form a new inland waterways group. IIMS member, Chris Williams, has agreed to head up the group (supported by several others) under the auspices of Large Yacht & Small Craft Working Group Chairman, John Excell. The initial intention of the group is to meet formally twice a year for training days around the UK and to communicate and network through various social media channels to share information and best inland waterways surveying practice. The first practical training event is planned for Thursday 19 April 2018 at Croxley Green, Watford at the P&S Marine Yard on the Continue reading “IIMS forms an Inland Waterways Working Group and announces first training event”
As in previous years, IIMS is hosting an event around the Palma Superyacht Show on the island of Majorca on Thursday 26 to Friday 27 April for large yacht and small craft surveyors. In recent years the event has gone from strength to strength and the agenda for this year looks equally appealing.
Speaking at the UK Chamber of Shipping’s Annual Dinner, Chris Grayling MP, UK Secretary of State for Transport, contributed to a “radical” vision that will support the nation’s maritime industry for the future.
The UK Government will cooperate with industry bodies and businesses, and will publish a call for evidence that will provide a framework for engagement. An expert panel will also be appointed, Mr Grayling said.