Bluewater Certification at the Refit Show
Two Certificates from Bluewater Crew Training, USA
The following series is presented by Bluewater Crew Training, USA. Designed for yacht captains, crew, managers and owners, participants who complete all three seminars in a day will be issued a certificate by Bluewater Crew Training USA.
Yacht crew are eligible to receive discounted pricing on the full conference program to earn a certificate. Email email@example.com for more information.
Certificate: Operational Risk Mitigation Onboard a Yacht
|Wednesday, April 10|
|10:15am-11:30am||Mitigating Risk in the Interior presented by Theresa Manwaring and Carolyn Dobbs|
|1:15pm-2:30pm||Mitigating Risk in the Galley presented by Jim Distler and John Pinkerton|
|3:00pm-4:15pm||Mitigating Risk in the Engine Room|
Certificate: Maritime Digital Risk Prevention and Management
|Thursday, April 11|
|10:15am-11:30am||Cyber Risk Management moderated by Dr. Jay Lasner and presented by Sean Donnelly|
|1:15pm-2:30pm||Evolution to Smart Bridges presented by Corey Ranslem, Erik Speyer, and Mark Theissen|
|3:00pm-4:15pm||Case Studies and Solutions for Vessel Digital Security presented by Corey Ranslem, Sean Donnelly, and Dr. Jay Lasner|
Read full descriptions of the Bluewater Crew Training, USA, certification seminars.
Session 1-B: This seminar will address considerations for interior design and crew training during refit periods.
Session 2-B: This seminar will address risk mitigation with respect to galley operations and food safety.
Session 3-B: This seminar will address risk mitigation with respect to engine and hotel services onboard.
Session 4-B: This seminar will review specific cybersecurity considerations, practices, and training required to reduce the attack surface of vessels, crews, owners, and guests.
Session 5-B: Learn about the latest technological advancements in bridge hardware and software saving time, reducing risk, and improving operations.
Session 6-B: This seminar will bring together all aspects of digital and cybersecurity practices into focus for application onboard today’s superyachts.