SUT News 15th June
We’ve put out a flurry of podcasts in recent days with a feature length Podcast 10 last Monday 8th June for World Ocean Day featuring interviews with IOC-UNESCO Chair Ariel Troisi of Argentina, and Dr Francesca Santora talking on the ‘ocean literacy’ concept – we’ve also released Francesca’s interview as a stand alone podcast 12 for those who want to focus on the education aspects. Podcast 11 featured SUT member Charles Reith speaking on the value of continued professional development, lifelong learning and training courses. Podcast 13 out later this week will be an interview with Steffan Lindsø of Oceaneering speaking about their advanced ‘Freedom’ AUV. Download any of our podcasts from https://sut.buzzsprout.com or your favourite podcast provider by searching for ‘Underwater Technology Podcast’.
Our online training courses continue next week 23rd June with Tony Globe speaking on The fundamentals of Tribology and their application in Subsea Engineering – register to attend at https://sut.org/event/sut-online-training-session-4-tony-globe-on-tribology-lubrication-in-subsea-systems/ – places limited to first 99 to register with CPD certificates available if required.
Online seminars come out every two weeks on Monday lunchtimes – Monday 15th June is Mick Cook speaking on advances on offshore site investigation techniques, register at https://sut.org/event/sut-lunchtime-seminar-monday-15th-june-2020-mick-cook-on-geophysics-for-offshore-site-investigation/ before 1300hrs.
Lots more material being prepared as we adapt to life without face to face meetings. If you’ve any ideas or proposals for online activities please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Hall, CEO