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Aquaculture Equipment training for Aquaculture

  • Aquaculture System Management Training

    This 4-day Practical Aquaculture Course aims to arm the delegate who intends entering the Aquaculture Industry with additional information, practical skills and the disciplines associated with managing a commercial fish farm. We cover largely the same theory addressed on the DVD Course, but in additional detail.

    By Aquaculture Innovations based in Grahamstown, SOUTH AFRICA. from Aquaculture Training Courses Training line

  • Training

    Working in close collaboration with two of our partner companies in the industry, one a vaccine producer and the other a major processor in Britain, Eurofish have pioneered a unique training programme for their vaccinators incorporating classroom instruction and in-field training.In the theoretical component of the course, vaccinators are ...

    By Eurofish Fish Vaccination based in Muir of Ord, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • SCOTVAX - Our staff are fully trained by leading experts on fish vaccination

    The management and Team Leaders in SCOTVAX have many years experience working with the leading fish farm companies, world-wide. From hand vaccinating to maintenance of vaccinating machines, fish farm husbandry in hatcheries and sea sites, to fish harvesting; our team have the expert credentials to assist your business.By sharing best practice and ...

    By SCOTVAX based in AUSTRALIA.

  • Evaluation, Design, Development & Training

    Our review and analysis processes are applicable to a variety of ventures and provide a comprehensive and integrated assessment of technological, managerial, governance, financial and market factors. We have been engaged in the development (pre-design), design and construction of a number of intensive fish culture facilities in North and ...

    By Canadian Aquaculture Systems, Inc. based in Cobourg, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • ELI`s Ocean Regulations Program

    Oceans make up 71 percent of Earth’s surface and account for over 99 percent of the living space on Earth. Oceans provide critical renewable and nonrenewable resources such as fish, oil, natural gas, minerals, and genetic materials and are crucial for globalized transport of goods. Oceans are home to an incredible diversity of organisms, ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Water Resources Program Training line

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