Title Der Aquakultur in Europa Qualifizierung und Berufsausbildung Lizenz
Project Number 2012-1-TR1-LEO05-35110
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Marketing Text AQUAFARM, ist in Absprache mit allen Beteiligten durch eine Bedarfsanalyse Sektornotwendigen Bedürfnisse und Fähigkeiten der Aquakultur. Module, Hilfs und Betriebsstoffen mit zweigrundlegenden Projekt, das das Zielfeld und Bildung in Aquakultur ermöglicht werden ausgebaut, um die Lücken zu füllen. AQUAFARM (BALIKÇİFTLİĞİ) zusätzlich zu den vier Hauptergebnis der des Projekts und Verbreitung,Hilfs-und Betriebsstoffe, in Europa und in den Ländern der Partner helfen bei der Lösung der Probleme der Aquakulturindustrie in gezielte Gemeinschaften.
Increased demand for fish protein has been met by increased cultivation of many species of freshwater and marine fish. The aquaculture production in EU is 1.2 millions and average yearly fish consumption is 23 kg per person. Turkey has 152.000 tons aquaculture production but yearly fish consumption is 6.32 kg per person. In spite of state of the art technology to fulfill the production needs, it is necessary to optimize different production factors in fish culture operations to minimize the possible ecological impacts, water quality, microbiological, toxicological (dioxin) and disease problems of farmed fish. Without knowing and controlling them, it will be hard to program viable aquaculture industries. The fish feeding systems can lead to undesired complications due to inadequate training and skills of workers as well as lack of proper translation of manuals. A major bottleneck for reliable fish production is the high mortality rate during larval stage. Factors that affect larval survival and quality are not yet well-defined. In order to be competitive, fish farmers, technicans and trainers in vocational and continuing education institutions often need contemporary scientific curriculum on brood stock management, larval culture, disease management, biosecurity, and cage aquaculture. Surveys and literatures on fish farming show that an integrated effort is crucial to blend in the discrete pieces of information and experience that have accumulated over the years for potential solutions in fish farming.
FISHFARM is a transfer of innovation project that aims to create sustainable scientific curriculum for fish culture and cage rearing operations that will help to bring in ideas, approaches and methods towards solving persistent problems in aquaculture. Such a cooperation will assist hatcheries and cage farms across Europe in having a more reproductive outcome and in leading to a better knowledge of sustainable aquaculture. The main objective of the project is to create completely updated teaching materials on fish farming, EU legislations on fish farming, relevant importance as indicators of aquaculture sustainability. The targets of teaching materials are fish farmers, their associations, feed/eed additive sector, environmental associations, faculties of fisheries, agriculture, and also policy makers and institutions in Europe. The consortium consists universities, research center, foundation, cooperative and a private institution. The main outcomes are related to the implementation of the teaching materials by former Ostrich (main) and Sheepskills projects with a specific focus on importance of sustainable good practices in the aquaculture sector in Europe. The impact envisaged of teaching materials from former projects are on fish farmers, related services, beneficients of the project, teachers and trainers of public or private continuing education centers on fish farming, labor employment agencies and VET systems.
The FISHFARM project overall goal is to develop a new curriculum for fish farmers who are producing fish in the sea and freshwater in Europe, collecting all the last information and research as is done on the last developments aiming at finding solutions to recently emerged problems with fishes. It will also teach the EU legislations related to fish farming to fishermans and fish farmers in EU new membered and pre accession states and in Europe. The project will create innovative training resources through transfer of innovation of Ostrich and Sheepskills training resources, their update and further development according to the needs of target groups. Specific attention will be paid to quality and attarctiveness of these resources and training methods. This will be also evaluated through the pilot training. The objectives set to realise this goal are a series of guided activities leading to collecting the best available information regarding:
- Good practices in fish farming
- Water ecosystem, water quality, quantity
- Fish farming methods, equipments
- Brood stock management
- Larval culture and nutrition
- Feeding, feed additives
- Larval stage and fish disease
- Contaminants (PCBs, dioxin, heavy
- Sanitation and biosecurity
- Applying HACCP for fish farming to product
- Responsibilities of fish farmers for EU
- Economic aspects of fish farm in Europe
- Contributions to sustainable agricultural
- Guidelines for beneficients and trainers in
vocational and continuing education centers
(public,private), best practice models
in partner countries, develop these in a
training programme for fish farmer.
Supporting the project and the activities will be: ICT, e-learning, e-collaboration, dissemination and valorisation activities, (seminars, courses, media activities and accreditation).
FISHFARM addresses the European specific objectives: 'to encourage the best use of results, innovative products and processes and exchange good practice in the fields covered by the LLP, in order to improve the quantity of education and training'.
The final aim of the project is to support to initial and continuous training of VET teachers, trainers, tutors and VET institution managers and also support improvement of efficiency, competitiveness and employment in the target sector and rural areas through training and acquisition of new skills and competences.
Nutzung und Verbreitung von Ergebnissen
Berufsorientierung und -beratung
Anerkennung, Transparenz, Zertifizierung
Erbringung von Freiberuflichen, Wissenschaftlichen und Technischen Dienstleistungen
Gesundheits- und Sozialwesen
Erziehung und Unterricht
Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei
Wasserversorgung; Abwasser- und Abfallentsorgung und Beseitigung von Umweltverschmutzungen
Verarbeitendes Gewerbe/Herstellung von Waren
Exterritoriale Organisationen und Körperschaften
Erbringung von Sonstigen Wirtschaftlichen Dienstleistungen
Erbringung von Finanz- und Versicherungsdienstleistungen
Verkehr und Lagerei
Bergbau und Gewinnung von Steinen und Erden
Gastgewerbe/Beherbergung und Gastronomie
Erbringung von Sonstigen Dienstleistungen
Unterlagen für offenen Unterricht
Verfahren zur Analyse und Prognose des Berufsbildungsbedarfes
1. The European FISHFARM portal with integrated training modules into the e-learning
2. Handbook on European FISHFARM with DVD/Zip-Stick
3. Need analyses and consultation reports
4. Dissemination materials and conferences
Medium that will be used:
2. Database (DB)
3. Network (NW)
5. Paper Brochures (BRC)
6. Event (EVENT)
7. Exhibition (EXH)
8. Oral (OR)
9. Publications (PUB)