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6/26/2017: Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee meetings in July, August

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The Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee announced in the Federal Register the scheduling of two teleconferences to complete discussions from its March 22-23 and May 16, 2017 meetings. Both teleconferences will be open to the public. Please note that teleconferences may adjourn early if the working group completes its business.

Details about the first teleconference follow:

Date/Time: Tuesday and Wednesday, July 25-26, 2017, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., EST.
Subject: To continue discussions on Task Statement 96, review and comment on course and program approval requirements and NVIC 03-14 guidelines for approval of training courses and programs.

For full details, view the Federal Register notice.

Details about the second teleconference follow:

Date/Time: Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 2-3, 2017, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., EST.
Subject: To work on Task Statement 98, review of the progress made by the military services towards meeting the goals on the use of Military Education, Training, and Assessment for STCW and National Mariner Endorsements as identified in the Howard Coble Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2014 and subsequent legislation.

For full details, view the Federal Register notice.

For more information or to register for the meetings, contact Lt.j.g. James Fortin by July 17, 2017, at 202-372-1128 or james.l.fortin@uscg.mil.


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