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Manning & Training in India Conference

      1/18/2006

Venue: Hilton Hotel, Mumbai, India

India, with its long tradition of providing quality officers and crew, offers an obvious backdrop for presenting a balanced and informative perspective concerning all aspects of manning and training within the region. The 2nd LSM Manning & Training in India Conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to hear first hand from companies currently operating in India and the wider community.

Programme Highlights:

The adoption of the new consolidated convention by the ILO
What can India do to improve its market share?
A comparison of the strengths & weaknesses of Chinese, Filipino & Indian seafarers
Seafarers' taxation & what is required by the Government
The impact of maritime resource management training on reducing human errors
MET: adapting to meet the needs of a changing industry
e-Learning: new concept in maritime education & training

Who Should Attend:

Ship Owners
Ship Managers
Crewing Agencies
Training Establishments
Seafarer & Trade Union Organisations
P & I Claims Managers
Academics
Government Representatives
Flag State Representatives
Manning Agencies
Human Resource Managers
Service & Product Suppliers


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