Recommendations for Professional Development Credits (PDH) and Continuous Learning Points(CLP) are often available for attending American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) symposia and conferences. For more information, click here.
Additionally, at the Launch and Recovery Symposium, we will again be offering Ed Lewandowski's enormously popular Ship Seakeeping and Small Boat Dynamics course. The Ship Seakeeping and Small Boat Dynamics course delivers a basic understanding of ship motions in a seaway, with particular emphasis on the impact on launch and recovery operations. Participant outcomes include the ability to develop or assess seakeeping performance requirements relating to launch and recovery, and understanding the advantages and limitations of available prediction methodologies. Separate registration is required.
As a new offering for Launch and Recovery this year, Tom Pugh and Bob Donoghue will be teaching their Introduction to Combat Systems course. Introduction 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 war 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. Separate registration is required.