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Monthly Archives: January 2012

AQD’s training program starts anew

SEAFDEC/AQD is offering 13 training courses for 2012 with climate change included in the lectures. The first course, on tilapia, will begin 23 January at AQD’s Binangonan Freshwater Station in Rizal, Philippines.

Last year, AQD conducted 22 training courses with the final one on Capacity building on information dissemination and data management held 12 to 22 December 2011 and attended by participants from Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

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2012 Training schedule

Date/Status Training Course* Venue** Training Fee*** For the Philippines, AQD’s host country (PhP) For SEAFDEC or ASEAN member-countries (US$) September – February 2013 (22 weeks); On-going Distance Learning Course: Basic Principles of Health Management in Aquaculture (AquaHealth On-line) Online 8,000 500 17 – 21 September  Done Carp Hatchery & Grow-out Operations BFS 6,000 500 8 – 12 October  Done Catfish Hatchery & Grow-out Operations BFS 6,000 500 15 – 29 October  Done Sandfish Culture (Holothuria scabra) TMS 14,000 1,200 12 – 30 November  Done Freshwater Aquaculture BFS 14,000 1,600 19 – 29 November  Done Seaweed Farming TMS 14,000 1,200 26 November – 5 December  Done Community-Based Freshwater Aquaculture for Remote Rural Areas of Southeast Asia TMS 12,000 1,000 Other courses By …

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