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PYA Sea Changes Seminars at the Monaco Yacht Show

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PYA will be hosting 3 professional seminars during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Wednesday 24th September: Sea Changes - Engineering

The changes to UK MCA yacht engineering qualifications and seatime requirements - The Institute of Engineering & Technology and the PYA

Thursday 25th September: Sea Changes - Headline Event

Certification updates - Launch of the PYA/RYA Yacht Tender course - Crossover from Yacht to Commercial

Friday 26th September: Sea Changes - Interior

Kitchen to Galley course & Ship's Cook assessment - Update on Food Safety Qualifications - GUEST update - Prize Giving for PYA table setting competition which will be running on the Thursday of MYS* - The Superyacht chef incentives

Guest Speakers Sir Alan Massey CEO MCA, Capt Roger Towner, RGSS MCA, Richard Falk, Chief Examiner RYA, AnneMarie Dann, Alliance Development Manager IET, Paula-Marie Brown, Head of Sector IET, Andrew Moll, Chief Inspector MAIB, Robert Ward, President IHO, Phil Colicchio, chef consultant, Joey Meen, PYA Director of Training, and many more industry experts

At the International Hydrographic Organisation, 4b Quai Antoine 1er, Port of Monaco from 17h00 to 19h00

All seminars followed by networking drinks and gourmet canapes on the stunning rooftop terrace overlooking the port. Your chance to meet with the policy-makers themselves and heads of industry.

Title sponsors

Service Center Trogir, ACREW Events, MYBA the Worldwide Yachting Association, and Global Marine Communications

Supporting sponsors

Bluewater Yachting, Hoylake Sailing School/JPMA, Shore Solutions, The Crew Academy, and Penum

More details about events and speakers, and registration here

You must register to attend

*For more details and to register for the PYA Table Setting Competition please visit the registration site.


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