We have just released our course date for the Passive Acoustic Monitor training course in South Africa. You can now attend our training course in Cape Town on the 21st - 22nd September 2013. To register for our 2013 PAM training course please click here or on the "Register" menu option above.
Scanning Ocean Sectors has now released it's Marine Mammal Observer/Marine Fauna Observer training course dates for 2013 in Australia and the UK with plans for courses in South Africa and New Zealand later this year. If you want to take a look at the dates please visit /www.marinemammalobservertraining.com/course/dates/ and to register go to www.marinemammalobservertraining.com/register/
We are running our last course for 2012 in Hervey Bay, Queensland Australia. If you want to become a Marine Mammal Observer this year then this will be your last chance so make sure you signup straight away. You can register online by here: www.marinemammalobservertraining.com/register/
Due to popular demand our 2012 marine mammal observer training course dates have been updated. Please make sure you review the change and contact us if you have any questions.
Our first Marine Mammal Observer training course for 2012 kick-started in Australia and what a course! Firstly, the students had to tackle what turned out to be the worst flooding since the 2011 disasters in Queensland but they persevered stating that they would make the course even if they had to walk and leave their [...]
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Our 2012 training course dates are now available. To view our marine mammal observer training course dates please click here. If you wish to register you can do so online via our registration form here: www.marinemammalobservertraining.com/register/
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