ALL YOU WANT TO KNOW AND DO ABOUT TILAPIA FARMING
Call for Applications into a Short Course on Tilapia Farming
Course title: Farming tilapia profitably
A public-private partnership initiative between the University of Cape Coast and Ainoo-Ansah Farms
25 - 29th July, 2016
8th- 12th August, 2016
22nd-26th August, 2016
5th-9th September, 2016
19th -23rd September, 2016
Total number of participants to be admitted: 100
Venue: Ainoo-Ansah Farms, Okyereko – Near Winneba, Ghana
The Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences of the University of Cape Coast as a major teaching, research and knowledge centre in Aquaculture in collaboration with Ainoo-Ansah Farms, and with financial support from the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) and the Skills Development Fund (SDF) wish to invite applications from prospective and current fish farmers to participate in five-day hands-on and instructive training programme on Tilapia farming. The total duration of the course is five (5) days and participants should indicate in their application which of the suggested dates above they wish to present themselves for the course.
Features of the Course:
Facilitation: Lecturers from Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (DFAS) of University of Cape Coast (Ghana) and Ainoo-Ansah Farms.
Nature of training: About 40% lectures and 60% practical
Course materials: Training manual and practical schedules on tilapia culture authored by lecturers of the workshop
Certification: Certificate of participation from University of Cape Coast will be given at the end of the workshop.
Access to aqua shop selling essential fish farming inputs
Awareness of other opportunities in the fish farming value chain
Access to technical information and consultancy services
Access to laboratory services of DFAS
Networking with other fish farmers
Farmers needing more technical and business skills in tilapia farming
Fish farming enthusiasts
Development personnel of Government and NGOsCost of training:
Please note that the cost of training is highly subsidised. The training costs include writing materials, manuals, meals and lodging, financed by COTVET/SDF. However selected Ghanaian participants will be expected to pay GHS300.00 to cover snacks, shuttle, use of farm facility and other incidentals.
Foreign participants are to pay US$485.00 or Ghana cedi equivalent covering tuition, manual, lunch and snack, shuttle, certificates and facility usage.
All letters of application should be submitted on or before FRIDAY, 15TH JULY, 2016 to the following email contacts:
Successful applicants will be notified by MONDAY, 18TH JULY, 2016.