Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities with ASNE Created by email@example.com on 10/23/2017 8:36:22 AM
Did you know ASNE offers PDH certificates* at all symposia and specialized courses that can lead to a certificate in Naval Engineering? Check out these upcoming professional development opportunities.
Clean Power Technologies
- November 13, 2017
- Philadelphia, PA
- New environmental regulations require ships near major ports around the world to turn off dirty (high-sulfur) bunker fuel engines and switch to clean energy. These regulations have started impacting the operating modes of ships, tugboats, and ferries. Possible options, other than expensive low-sulfur fuel, for clean power on ship or on land, often for short time, include batteries and super-capacitors charged from shore power or using solar power on board. Likewise, fuel cells using stored hydrogen procured from shore or generated on board is another alternative. This 4-hour course will briefly cover the basics of Battery, Super-capacitor, Fuel Cell, and Solar Power Technologies.
- November 17, 2017
- Washington, DC
- This icebreaker engineering event of 2017 features 16 technical papers in addition to Coast Guard and Navy briefs and panelists. Engage fully in this 1-day event and earn up to 6 Professional Development Hours.
Combat Systems Symposium
Naval Engineering Certificate - An Overview
Introduction to Combat Systems Engineering
- January 23, 2018
- Alexandria, VA
- Intro to Combat System Engineering introduces participants to the basic principles, processes and products of Combat System Engineering utilizing a structured, disciplined, and documented systems engineering approach. This approach enables multidisciplinary teamwork and product development needed to satisfy operator requirements. Participants have the opportunity to apply the skills they’ve learned in the classroom through group exercises while hearing real-life scenarios from the instructors in this 8-hour course.
The OPV Phenomenon
- February 22, 2018
- Offshore Patrol Vessels are being used by many nations' Navies and Coast Guards for everything from search and rescue, to interdiction, to humanitarian relief. Learn more about this class of vessels in a webinar taught by ABS Director, International Government Services, Rich Delpizzo. This webinar is free for ASNE members, $20 for non-members.
*PDH certificates at symposia are offered free upon request to members as a benefit of membership. They are available for a nominal fee for non-members. Join today at http://www.navalengineers.org/Membership !
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