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"The successful delivery of AtoN services depends upon competent and experienced personnel to implement and maintain such aids". The next formal distance learning course for potential AtoN managers will commence in June 2017.

Level One Distance Learning

“The successful delivery of AtoN services depends upon competent and experienced personnel to implement and maintain such aids”. The next formal distance learning course for potential AtoN managers will commence in June 2017. The registration fee for modules 1 and 2 will be €1,000.  Click here for full details

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International e-Navigation Underway Conference 2017

The seventh e-Navigation Underway International Conference was held from 31st January to 2nd February, 2017 on board the DFDS ferry M/S PEARL SEAWAYS, during which time she sailed from Copenhagen to Oslo and then returned to Copenhagen. The theme for the conference was e-Navigation: A Showcase of Progress and Trends. The conference was attended by 154 delegates, representing 28 countries and 8 International Organisations. The associated exhibition attracted 11 exhibitors, displaying the latest developments in e-navigation. The report is available here. Please also see the dedicated webpage here.

China Level 1 AtoN Manager Course

The Level 1 AtoN Manager course will be held in China from 22 August to 26 September 2017. The participants will have a special chance to attend the Training Seminar on the Use of the IALA Risk Management Toolbox from 10 to 15 September in Xiamen City, China. In accordance with the MoU signed between China MSA and IALA,  MSA will generously fund all training, accommodation and transportation costs in China for all participants. The Academy may sponsor international airfares and visa costs for participants from target states on a case to case base.   Detailed information and an application form can be found in this flyer.

China MSA and the Academy sincerely invite your Authority to send  Aids to Navigation managers who have a good understanding of English language to participate the 2017 Level 1 AtoN Manager course in China.

The contact person of China MSA:

Prof. Lu Yongqiang

Tel: +86 158 6961 0378

E-mail: luyonqiang@shmsa.gov.cn

The completed form should be sent by 15 April 2017.

This picture is taken during a Level 1 Course in China.

Level 1 AtoN Distance Learning Course, Module 3 on AtoN Management

The Academy and other Accredited Training Organisations will deliver one-week module 3 AtoN Management courses annually.

In IALA Headquarters :

  • from Monday 3rd to Friday 7th April 2017
  • from Monday 16th to Friday 20th October 2017

In the Canadian Coast Guard College in Halifax Nova Scotia :

  •  from Monday 5th June to Friday 9th June 2017

For more information open this flyer.

This picture was taken during the Level 1 Course at IALA Headquarters in 2016.

Level 1 AtoN Manager Course from 22 May till 16 June

Suriname Maritime Academy in conjunction with the IALA World-Wide Academy will deliver a Level 1 AtoN Manager Course in 2017. This course will take place from 22 May till 16 June in Paramaribo Suriname. Via this link you can open the course flyer.

 

IALA & The city of Saint-Germain-en-Laye

 

The city of Saint-Germain-en-Laye kindly hosted a presentation on “European GNSS Activities in Maritime to support Safety of Navigation – EGNOS and Galileo” during the 63rd Council Meeting of the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA), Thursday 15 December. On this occasion, IALA offered a Crystal Award to the Mayor of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, represented by Mr Audurier (deputy mayor), in appreciation of the continuous support to IALA. On the picture, from left to right: Mr Francis Zachariae (IALA Secretary-General), Mr Gilbert Audurier (Deputy Mayor of Saint-Germain-en-Laye), Mr Alberto Fernandez-Wyttenbach (Market Innovation Officer of European GNSS Agency-GSA).

13th International VTS Symposium

 

The 13th IALA VTS (Vessel Traffic Services) Symposium was held 8-12 August in Kuala Lumpur hosted by the Marine Department Malaysia. The theme was Sustainable Safe Navigation and it attracted more than 300 participants and 24 exhibitors of VTS equipment from all over the world. On the picture you can see the Director-General of the Marine Department Malaysia Dato’ Baharin Bin Dato’ Abdul Hamid, IMO Secretary-General Mr. Kitack Lim, Deputy Minister Datuk Ab. Aziz Kaprawi, IALA Secretary-General Mr. Francis Zachariae and the Chairman of the organizing committee Captain Mohamad Halim Bin Ahmed opening the Symposium. https://www.vts-symposium2016.my/

IALA wishes to thanks all Competent Authorities and VTS Authorities that have answered

IALA VTS Questionnaire results

IALA wishes to thanks all Competent Authorities and VTS Authorities that have answered. To access the results just click here.