E-learning Recorder & Surveyor Skills Days

In 2013 the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) introduced E-learning Underwater and Intertidal training courses.  These on-line courses cover all the theoretical aspects of face-to-face courses, leaving the practical elements of the courses including the recording and surveying of sites to be covered during E-learning Field School Skills Days.

Since the inception of the E-learning courses, MADU have run the associated E-learning Field School Skills Days at the following locations:

Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

Anglesey - Holyhead (site of the Thora)

Chepstow - National Diving and Activity Centre 

London - Rotherhithe

Pembrokeshire - Lawrenny (site of the Helping Hand)

Stoney Cove - Leicestershire (site of the remains of the Gresham wreck)

For more information see: NAS E-learning Courses
 
Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Thora during a NAS E-learning course on Anglesey Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Thora during a NAS E-learning course on Anglesey

Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Thora during a NAS E-learning course at Holyhead on Anglesey

 Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course at the National Diving & Activity Centre, Chepstow

Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course at the National Diving & Activity Centre, Chepstow 

Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course at the National Diving & Activity Centre, Chepstow

Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course on the River Thames foreshore at Rotherhithe 

 Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course on the River Thames foreshore at Rotherhithe

Surveying & recording during a NAS E-learning course on the River Thames foreshore at Rotherhithe

 Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Helping Hand during a NAS E-learning course at Lawrenny in Pembrokeshire

Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Helping Hand during a NAS E-learning course at Lawrenny in Pembrokeshire 

 Surveying & recording on the wreck of the Helping Hand during a NAS E-learning course at Lawrenny in Pembrokeshire