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หัวข้อ: 5th Regional Grouper Hatchery Training Course set for June/July
เริ่มหัวข้อโดย: Nicaonline ที่ กุมภาพันธ์ 04, 2007, 04:33:09 PM

Simon Wilkinson

NACA is pleased to announce the 5th Regional Grouper Hatchery Production Training Course for the Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network is currently planned for 2007 and tentative schedule for the training course is June 11-July 1, 2007.

The course structure will be similar to the previous year. For further information you can download the 2006 training report in PDF version from NACA web site. If you wish to register for the training course please contact Mr Sih Yang Sim at More information will be posted on the web site in mid-February 2007.



The Report of the 4th Regional Grouper Hatchery Production Training Course 2006



Simon Wilkinson

The 4th Regional Grouper Hatchery Training Course was another success. A total of 20 participants come from 13 countries attended the training course which was hosted by the Brackishwater Aquaculture Development Centre (BADC)-Situbondo, Indonesia.


The participants come from Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The full report of the grouper hatchery training course can be downloaded from the NACA website.

Overall the training course met participants’ expectation. Five considered the training course was excellent and 12 said it was well organized. Sixteen participants considered the lectures organized cover all aspects of grouper hatchery production. All participants believed they have increased their knowledge and practical experience on grouper hatchery production after the course. They also agreed that they have received sufficient level of technical support throughout the training course. But some participants think there is some communication problem due to language differences.

All participants were able to gather some contacts for their future aquaculture activities after they returned home. The training course and the field trips had provided an opportunity for the participants to obtain future contacts for supplies and marketing. Field trips were well organized based on the feedbacks provided by participants.