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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 arrangement 

Accepting applicants

Hatchery of Selected Species (Milkfish/Seabass/Grouper) TMS 17,000 1,800
By arrangement 

Accepting applicants

Seaweed Farming TMS 14,000 1,200
By arrangement 

Accepting applicants

Cage/Pond Culture of Selected Marine Species TMS 15,000 1,600
By arrangement 

Accepting applicants

Detection of Viral Diseases in Fish and Shrimp TMS 10,000 1,000
By arrangement 

Accepting applicants

On-site Training Course on Aquaculture Technologies (depending on training need of clients) At cost At cost

 

*Training courses may be postponed if minimum number of participants cannot be attained. Courses should have at least 7 local participants

**BFS – Binangonan Freshwater Station, Tapao Point, Binangonan, Rizal; TMS -Tigbauan Main Station, Tigbauan, Iloilo

***Training fees cover cost of registration, training materials, field trips, accident insurance and lodging except meals

For more information, please contact:

Training and Information Division
Tel No.: (6333) 511 9172; Fax No.: (6333) 511 8709
Email: training@seafdec.org.ph
edjayson@seafdec.org.ph

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