Training

Echosounder data processing using Echoview: An Echoview training course will provide you with the skills to understand your single-beam and/or multibeam echosounder data, and to process it efficiently using Echoview. Courses are offered globally and are tailored to best suit your level of experience and particular learning requirements. They are classroom based and run by one or more of our skilled and experienced Echoview staff trainers.

For course details, including pricing, please download our training brochure.

Scheduled Courses

San Diego, California, USA

23 April - 27 April 2018 | TBC

  • Trainer: Dr. Toby Jarvis
  • Venue to be finalized
  • Registrations Close: 29 January 2018
  • Submit Your Interest

Copenhagen, Denmark

14 May - 18 May 2018 | TBC

  • Trainer: Dr. Toby Jarvis
  • Venue to be finalized
  • Registrations Close: 19 February 2018
  • Submit Your Interest

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

18 June - 22 June 2018 | TBC

  • Trainer: Dr. Toby Jarvis
  • Venue to be finalized
  • Registrations Close: 26 March 2018
  • Submit Your Interest

Durham, New Hampshire, USA

6 August - 10 August 2018 | TBC

  • Trainer: Dr. Toby Jarvis
  • Venue to be finalized
  • Registrations Close: 14 May 2018
  • Submit Your Interest

Events

Meet us at the following events:

OSM - Ocean Sciences Meeting 2018

  • 11 February - 16 February 2018
  • Portland, Oregon, USA
  • The OSM is an important venue for scientific exchange across broad marine science disciplines. Sessions will include all aspects of oceanography, especially multidisciplinary topics, as well as presentations that reflect new and emerging research on the global ocean and society, including science education, outreach, and public policy. The OSM originated in 1982 as a joint effort between AGU and ASLO; TOS joined as a regular co-sponsor in 2004.

WG FAST Meeting

  • 20 March - 23 March 2018
  • Seattle, Washington State, USA
  • WGFAST initiates and reviews investigations by scientists and technologists concerned with the design, planning and execution of all forms of acoustic and other related measurements and observations pertaining to: abundance estimation and distribution of fish and plankton, fishing operations, and the classification and mapping of the seafloor; including behavioural, statistical and capture topics. The Working Group's activities stimulates advances in theory, technology, standard methodology, survey design and fish behaviour, and provides advice on application of these techniques to aquatic ecologists, assessment biologists, fishery managers and industry.