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MSc. in Wildlife Biology and Conservation Management / BSc. Honors in Biology / JNCC recognised Marine Mammal Observer / Passive Acoustic Monitoring Operator

JNCC MMO forms have been updated

These changes include updates to both the Excel workbook and the Deckforms, a revised and more in depth version of the guidance note for filling in the JNCC forms and the addition of a downloadable angleboard. www.jncc.gov.uk/page-1534

2017-05-04T02:43:42+00:00January 14th, 2011|Marine Mammal Observer|Comments Off on JNCC MMO forms have been updated

New Australian Training Course Location

We are happy to announce that we are running our first Marine Mammal Observer training course in Fremantle, Perth. 6-7th Theory 8th Practical $1500 for the 3 days The course is to be held in IFAP Fremantle Offshore and Maritime Training Centre 12 Rous Head Rd North Fremantle WA 6159 Postal Address: PO Box 339, [...]

2010-07-30T11:15:09+00:00July 30th, 2010|Marine Mammal Observer|Comments Off on New Australian Training Course Location

New Training Course Dates

Due to popular demand in Australia we have now included two extra training course dates to be held in Perth, Prosperpine as well as our usual location of Hervey Bay. Find out more on our training courses below: MMO Training Course: www.scanningoceansectors.org/training-courses/marine-mammal-observer.html PAM Training Course: www.scanningoceansectors.org/training-courses/passive-acoustic-monitoring-operator.html

2017-05-04T02:43:43+00:00July 6th, 2010|Training Course|Comments Off on New Training Course Dates

Marine Mammal Jobs

We are proud to announce the launch of a new website for marine mammal jobs! With so many jobs sites available on the internet we felt that it was time to provide a unique resource dedicated to the marine mammal industry. Marine Mammal Jobs allows employers to advertise their important jobs to potential employees at [...]

2017-05-04T02:43:43+00:00February 1st, 2010|News|Comments Off on Marine Mammal Jobs

New Website!

The Scanning Ocean Sectors website has just had a complete facelift and some amazing new features added! The site is easier to navigate around so you can find marine mammal jobs, forums posts and register for the training courses much more quickly. Take a look around and we welcome any feedback you may have.

2017-05-04T02:43:43+00:00December 10th, 2009|News|Comments Off on New Website!
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