FISH HANDLING & VESSEL SANITATION FOR FISHING VESSEL OPERATORS
The course will consider the handling fish aboard the vessel, and the control of factors that lead to deterioration of the catch thereby maintaining a high quality catch. The training will reflect on an understanding of how time, temperature, and the presence of microorganisms affect spoilage thus, important considerations for the maintenance of vessel sanitation will be included. The course will also cover the rudiments of finfish identification.
The aim of this course is to: Provide the participant with information and skills, which will allow them to develop and utilize proper fish handling and sanitation practices aboard a fishing vessel.
This course is recommended for managers, masters and crew members of fishing vessels, and fisheries and regulatory personnel.
The duration of this course is two (3) days and consists of 22 contact hours. Classes consist of a combination of lectures, and demonstrations. Models and/or videos and practical training aboard an open vessel are used to deliver the course.
Entry requirements for course to be considered
Once your application is completed and approved, an officer will contact you regarding attending the class
Attend all the scheduled classes and pass exams
You can apply online, call or come in to our offices for information.
Caribbean Fisheries Training and Development Institute
Western Main Road, Chaguaramas,
Telephone: (868) 634-4276/1635
Courses are delivered via blended learning. Practical classes are taught physically on location at the institute and theory classes are provided online.
No. Once you meet the basic requirements for entry you will be able to qualify.
Yes and parking is free.
"Providing Training in the Maritime & Fishing Industry"
An Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries.