How To Navigate Without Sat Nav (Collins Shorts, Book 10)

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HarperCollins UK, Dec 18, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 20 pages
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Collins Shorts – insight in an instant.

Learn the techniques you need to become an expert navigator, without reliance on technology. Discover the basic principles of navigation in this clever and concise guide to how to find your way anywhere in the world – without Sat Nav.

Collins Shorts are a fresh look at the ebook short, with the emphasis on vibrant design, animated content and expert authors who can provide accessible insight. They satisfy your thirst for knowledge without the need for time commitment.

This ebook will work on all e-readers but delivers its full punch on devices that support colour and animation. Please note the extent is between 20 to 40 pages, depending on your settings.

 

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About the author (2012)

Lyle Brotherton is a member of a Scottish mountain rescue team and both lectures and instructs 'Advanced SAR Navigation' to Mountain Rescue and Search & Rescue teams, plus the Special Forces. He also advises the UK & US Governments on navigational strategy in Emergency Management Planning and works with international governments post major disasters, such as the floods in Pakistan, 2010. In writing this new book he worked with over 130 Search & Rescue teams in 22 countries. Since the publication of the Ultimate Navigation Manual, The Royal Institute of Navigation have awarded Lyle Brotherton their Certificate of Achievement in honour of his ‘outstanding achievement in writing... a comprehensive book for Land Navigation’.

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