The IALA World-Wide Academy focuses on facilitating the effective implementation of IALA Standards, Recommendations, Guidelines and Model Courses by coastal States through education, training and capacity building thereby underpinning the second strategic goal of IALA.
The Academy aims to ensure that all coastal States can fulfil the obligations related to Marine Aids to Navigation placed upon them in SOLAS Chapter V and that all coastal States can claim conformance with the relevant IALA standards.
Trinity House is an IALA Approved Training Organisation and is pleased to be offering the Level 1.1 Aton Manager course from September 2021 to April 2022. This course will be delivered in compliance with IALA Recommendation R0141 and IALA Model Course L1.1 with experienced and qualified AtoN managers and engineers and is designed for professionals involved in the strategic and operational management of AtoN services.
The successful delivery of AtoN services depends upon competent and experienced personnel to implement and maintain these services and we are proud of the role that we can play in this.
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Any enquires regarding the Level 1.1 course at Trinity House should be directed to: Course.Supervisor@trinityhouse.co.uk