Integrating Innovative Approaches for Competitive and Sustainable Performance across the Mediterranean Aquaculture Value Chain

Training

Increasing capacity building for the Mediterranean aquaculture sector through training is one of the core activities of PerformFISH. The training carried out by RDI performers or industry in PerformFISH is improving the professional skills and competence of those working and training within the blue economy.

For more information about these training opportunities and to register, visit the PerformFISH website: http://performfish.eu/training/ or follow us in Twitter and LinkedIn.

Upcoming Training Courses

Webinar: A revised Code of Conduct for the Mediterranean fish farming sector & new understandings of markets for sea bass and sea bream

On October 6th 2022 PerformFISH will be running an interactive webinar to discuss its revised Code of Conduct (CoC) for the Mediterranean marine fish farming sector, which aims to provide guidance on how the sector can better achieve compliance with new European guidelines and consumer demands. Hosted by members of the Federation of Greek Mariculture (FGM), this webinar will also include speakers from Avramar and EuroFish and will explore how the CoC addresses Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) identified by the PerformFISH project and will include an opportunity for an exchange of views among the attendees. The webinar will also cover perceptions of the sea bass and sea bream market in both traditional and emerging markets and examine the key drivers of these perceptions.

Interested attendees can register here.

Past Training Courses

Courses organised by PerformFISH

3 PerformFISH Online Training Workshops on

  • Skeletal Malformations
  • Histology is a go-to for hatchery-fish welfare
  • Egg and larval programming as a tool to manipulate aquaculture performance

As part of its capacity building activity, PerformFISH has designed a training programme on the latest understanding of juvenile quality and growth potential in seabream and seabass production. This programme was held online on and broken into three separate workshops on July 7th, 13th and 15th 2022. The course was based on a multidisciplinary integrated approach that translated the outcomes of the PerformFISH project into actionable opportunities for the fin-fish aquaculture industry.

Click here to access the full programme and agenda.

  • Watch Workshop 1 Skeletal Malformations training here
  • Watch Workshop 2 – Histology as a go to for hatchery fish welfare here

PerformFISH Online Training Programme on Nutrition and Feeding in Seabream and Seabass Production

As part of its capacity building activity, PerformFISH held a training programme on the latest understanding of nutrition and feeding in seabream and seabass production. This two-day remote training programme took place on-line on 21-22 June 2022. The course was based on a multidisciplinary integrated approach that translates the outcomes of the PerformFISH project into actionable opportunities for the fin-fish aquaculture industry.

Click here to access the full programme and agenda.

PerformFISH Online Training Programme on The Practical Application of Modern Genomics in Aquaculture Breeding Programmes

As a continued part of its capacity building activity, PerformFISH delivered a one-day remote training course on The Practical Application of Modern Genomics in Aquaculture Breeding Programmes. The course is based on a multidisciplinary integrated approach that translates the outcomes of the PerformFISH project into actionable opportunities for the fin-fish aquaculture industry.

Click here to access the training event page, including a full recording of the training and a detailed course agenda.

 

PerformFISH Online Training Programme on Integrated Health & Welfare Management in Sea Bream and Sea Bass Aquaculture

As part of its capacity building activity, PerformFISH have designed a training programme on “Integrated Health and Welfare Management in Sea Bream and Sea Bass Aquaculture”. The first two modules of this training programme are being held on-line in March and April 2021. The courses are based on multidisciplinary integrated diagnostic approach and effective management of preventive, therapeutic and welfare measures focusing on the findings of the PerformFISH project.

Download the Flyer with all the Information on the Training Courses

Module 1: Specialised Case Study Discussions on How to Manage a Health Issue on a Sea Bass / Sea Bream Farm

Three short sessions (90 minutes) have been designed for seabass and seabream health and welfare experts. In these sessions the experts attending have been provided with a mock case based on real situations in sea bream and sea bass health and disease management designed by the organising team. The mock cases are sent to the selected attendees two days in advance and they are requested to send in advance and present in the session their own proposed recommendations or proposed solutions for each case. During the 90 minutes sessions all proposals are shared and discussed.

Reports on the sessions held will be available soon.

Module 2: Practical Short Training Courses on Diagnostics of Sea Bass and Sea Bream Diseases

This module is divided into three short training courses that are being held online. The courses focus on different aspects of diagnostics in sea bass and sea bream diseases and health management such as basic diagnostic methodologies and protocols, specific parasitological diagnostic and specific diagnostic methodologies, and protocols in microbiology. Advances, methods, and standards derived from the different PerformFISH activities are also being presented in these sessions.

All applicable international, national and/or institutional guidelines for the care and use of animals were followed and the procedures here performed were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institution (D. Lgs n. 26, 4 March 2014, Implementation of the Directive 2010/63/EU on protecting animals used for scientific purposes – Note of Ministry of Health 0017710-P-26/07/2017).

Click here to watch the training courses and download the training presentations

Courses organised in collaboration with other projects

PerformFISH Young Researchers

Page updated: September 29, 2022