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Healthy Fish, the online aquaculture training program

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Posted by Alejandro Lafarga

App_HEALTHY_FISH is a project funded the Erasmus+ programme whose objective is to develop a Standardized Training Program at European level for the aquaculture sector, which includes the training modules for the qualification of the professionals. It also includes the training content required to train the staff in HEALTH and WELFARE skills and on the PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL CONTROL of fish.

The project consortium is led by the SPANISH MARINE FISH FARMING ASSOCIATION (APROMAR) and participated by other four partners:

The certification & quality company SGS TECNOS (Spain)
The Italian Aquaculture Association API (Associazione Piscicoltori Italiani)
The Turkish University Dokuz Eylul University
The CROATIAN CHAMBER OF ECONOMY (CCE)

In 2015, the project partners identified a common need in the aquaculture sector: to professionalize this aquaculture sector and improve its competitiveness through the standardization and innovation of training at European level and the development of the necessary contents to train to the staff in the Health and Welfare skills using the new technologies.

Thus, was born “app_HEALTHY_FISH” a 24 months project which began in November 2015, funded by the action “Strategic Partnerships” of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, specifically the KA2: “Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices”

The training program is hosted in our digital platform. You can reach it through the following link: http://apromar.es/healthyfishapp/

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Apromar. Association of Aquaculture companies. Spain
Publication Date:
Tuesday, 12 December, 2017
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