About Commander C W Fiander Royal Navy...
Commander Cliff Fiander joined the Royal Navy as an artificer apprentice at the age of 15 and during a career lasting 32 years, of which 20 were spent as an engineer in nuclear submarines, he carefully negotiated each rung of the promotion ladder until with some surprise to himself he reached the rank of Commander. Presently he is the General Secretary of the Royal Naval Engineers’ Benevolent Society and retains a close relationship with the Royal Navy
After leaving the service he embarked on a second career and became a Director in a multi-national Facilities Management company.
Now retired from the world of work he lives in Wiltshire with his wife Lynne.
About his Talk...
The talk is given in the form of a 45 minute Powerpoint presentation, illustrated by slides and with questions at the end.
Equipment and facilities required are a 230V domestic electric supply and a small table. All other equipment is supplied by the speaker although an in-house projector screen can be used if one is available. It would be appreciated if access to the venue could be made available at least 20 minutes before the start of the talk in order to set up.
Royal Navy uniform can be worn if that is preferred
The fee is £50 within a ten mile radius of my home in Melksham, Wiltshire.
Mileage beyond a 10 mile range of Melksham at £0.45 pence per mile. Other expenses (e.g. parking) at cost.