Capt Eugene Curry
receives his Fellowship A number of Honorary Fellowships and Fellowships were announced at the AGM in June. Most of the recipients were not able to attend in person. However, here is Capt Eugene Curry (pictured right) at the Commissioners of Irish Lights headquarters in Dun Laoghaire being presented with his Fellowship award by Capt Robert McCabe, former president of the Nautical Institute. Further photos of those who were awarded Fellowships will appear in the December Report magazine.
IIMS Australia training day
IIMS is pleased to inform its members in Australia about a special one-day training event open to all on Friday 2 November.
The training day is being held at the Sydney Heritage Fleet and seating is limited to 25 delegates only, so reserve your place early to avoid disappointment.
IIMS is not charging delegates to attend, but you will be asked to make a donation to the Sydney Heritage Fleet on the day and to cover the cost of your lunch.
The agenda for the day (subject to alteration) is as follows:
10:00–10:15 IIMS Welcome Adam Brancher (IIMS Immediate Past President)
10:15–10:30 About Sydney Heritage Fleet and Surveying Heritage Vessels by Tim Drinkwater (SHF)
10:30–11:30 Lightship Measurement by Steve Mitchell
11:30–12:30 Open Panel Forum to discuss general issues about the surveying business
13:00–13:30 Safety Management (Marine Order 504) by Mick Uberti (MSA)
13:30–14:30 Corrosion Surveys by Brian Gatt (Logix) 14:15–15:00
Electrical Surveying by Ben Felton (MSA)
15:00–16:00 Report Writing by Adam Brancher (Kedge) 16:00–17:00 Questions and responses to topical issues raised
Remember, space is limited, so be sure to reserve your place now. Follow this link and complete the online reservation form at https://bit.ly/2xp3gM4
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