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AIT Training course March 5 - 17, 2012 , AIT Hatchery, Thailand

After a long silence due to flooding the Asian Institute of technology (AIT) is hosting its next training course: 'Production of Millions of High Quality Tilapia Fry and Grow-out' from March 5 - 17, 2012.

January 19, 2012

After a long silence due to flooding the Asian Institute of technology (AIT) is hosting its next training  course: 'Production of Millions of High Quality Tilapia Fry and Grow-out' from March  5 - 17, 2012. 

Topics:

Lecture 1 - Introduction 

Lecture 2 - Reproduction and broodfish management 

Lecture 3 - Egg collection, Incubation and larval rearing 

Lecture 4 - Sex-reversal and nursing 

Lecture 5 - Conditioning, packing and transportation 

Lecture 6 - Grow-out culture (pond and cages) 

Lecture 7 - Hatchery design and layout 

Lecture 8 - Pond and water quality management 

Lecture 9 - Nutrition and feeding management 

Lecture 10 - Health management and Bio-security 

Lecture 11 - Production economics and marketing 

Lecture 12 - Post harvest and processing 

Lecture 13 - Cooking methods and presentations 

Lecture 14 - Certification and food safety 

Lecture 15 - Hatchery and farm business planning 

Each topic will be followed by 3-4 hr hands-on practice . 

Fee = US$1,500 

Accommodation = US$50 / day in hotel (or US$25 in hostel - depending on availability). 

Food = US$2-3 / meal

Very limited places are available. For more information and online application, please visit http://www.aarm-asialink.info/Training.html 

CONTACT:

Dr Ram C. Bhujel, Coordinator, Aqua-Internship and Training Program, Aquaculture & Aquatic Resources Management (AARM), School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), PO Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120, Thailand. Email: bhujel@ait.ac.th or Coordinator@aarm-asialink.info

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