Membership - American Sail Training Association

International Sail Training & Tall Ships
Conference 2008
Agenda

Organized by Sail Training International and the American Sail Training Association

 

Friday, November 14
0730-0845 Registration and Coffee
0900-1000 Opening Plenary Session and Keynote
  Peter Neill of The World Ocean Observatory
1000-1045 Coffee Break
1100-1215 Focus Sessions 1
Sail Trainers Delivering Sail Training as Part of a Long Term Development Program
Sail Trainers Weathering this Economic Tsunami
Sail Trainers Navigating the Regulatory Seas
Host Ports Ship Recruitment - Making the Economics Work for All
Host Ports Risk Managment - Security, Crowd Control, Inclement Weather, etc.
1215-1400 Lunch and Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge Port Presentation
1415-1530 Focus Sessions 2
Sail Trainers Medicine at Sea
Sail Trainers Protecting the Marine Environment
Host Ports Ship Recruitment - Making the Economics Work for All
Host Ports Risk Managment - Security, Crowd Control, Inclement Weather, etc
Sail Trainers Characteristics of an Effective Sail Training Program
(Developing a Generic Youth Development Program)
1530-1615 Coffee Break
1630-1745 Focus Sessions 3
Host Ports How to Conduct an Economic Impact Survey
Host Ports Corporate Hospitality
Sail Trainers Risk Management for Sail Training Organizations
Sail Trainers Navigating the Regulatory Seas
Sail Trainers Characteristics of an Effective Sail Training Programs (Developing a Generic Youth Develoopment Plan
Under 30 Discussion Session for Young Sail Trainers
1930-2100 2009 Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge Host Ports Reception


Conference Sponsors


Tall Ships America • 221 3rd St., Bldg. 2, Ste. 101• Newport, RI 02840 USA • (401) 846-1775 • asta@tallshipsamerica.org