We fully believe that you can only get the best out of your HVAC system if the onboard users know what they are doing. That is why we provide comprehensive crew training to equip those on board with a greater understanding of all aspects of the system. This not only results in superior comfort onboard, but also helps to reduce costs, such as avoiding interior damage during periods of high humidity when the yacht is in economic mode. The training covers a basic knowledge of HVAC to understand the underlying physics, and practical training to master the onboard system.
This half-day, instructor-led course, is aimed at providing crew, management staff and port side services with an awareness of the issues and considerations necessary to reduce the cyber risks specific to the use of onboard and shoreside technology especially when connected through the Internet.
Cybersecurity is considered one of the most significant risks to businesses and yachting is no exception. Research continues to show that nearly 80% of all cybersecurity breaches are caused by staff and often in error.
Our two-day, IT Training Course focuses on “real life” scenarios, and offers a hands-on approach to effective problem-solving onboard. Programs include top administration, security awareness, troubleshooting and fault finding exercises based on real-life scenarios.
Course Covers: Networks; IP address fundamentals; email; administration concepts; fault-finding and troubleshooting
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of personal computer skills
Our IT Training Courses focus on “real life” scenarios, and offer a hands-on approach to effective problem-solving on board. Programs include top administration, security awareness, troubleshooting and fault-finding exercises.
Course covers: Networks: topologies; cables and connectors; TCP/IP; switching; routing; firewalls; wireless; WAN connections; remote access; monitoring. Administration: Windows Active Directory; email on Microsoft Exchange; backups.
This two-day Audio Visual course is designed to give those who already have a reasonable understanding of audio visual systems on a yacht and want to grasp a stronger theoretical and practical concepts, the tools to do so. Taught by our ex-Crestron trainers, you will also learn the basics of Crestron programming and up/downloading new software and version control.
Course covers: Video, Audio, Systems design, Control Systems and User Interface with Hands-on Troubleshooting
Prerequisite: A suitable technical background.
This three-dayAudio Visual course builds upon AV Level 1 through the implementation of complex correlations and hands-on training. Trainees will gain a greater working knowledge of advanced AV Systems on yachts.
Course covers: Audio/video, TVRO Satellite Systems and Crestron Programming
Prerequisite: This course is open to those who have obtained a certificate in Bond AV Level 1. However, prerequisite for this course can be based on experience and an assessment by a Bond trainer.