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[Education]Training for Fisheries Resources Specialist for PIF Countries
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08.20.2012

KOICA conducts a training program "Training for Fisheries Resources Specialist for PIF Countries" for 15 participants from 12 countries as part of the Korean government's grant aid and technical cooperation program for 2012 as follows:

 

o Course Title : Training for Fisheries Resources Specialist for PIF Countries

o Duration : August 19 (Sun.) ~ September 8 (Sat.), 2012 (21days)

o Venue : Seongnam and Busan, Korea

o Number of Participants : 15 Participants from 12 Countries

 - Nauru 1, Marshall Islands1, Micronesia1, Samoa1, Solomon Islands2, Cook Island1, Kiribati1, Tonga1,

   Tuvalu1, Papua New Guinea2, Palau1, Fiji2

o Training Institution : Fisheries HRD Center

 

o Training Participants

- Chief Fisheries Officers in the related field

 

o Course Objectives

- To introduce Korea’s fisheries resources management policies

- To contribute policies and strategies for fisheries resources management    

  Capabilities of the participating counties

- To transfer technology of fisheries resources management and fisheries products processing

 

o The program consists of 3 parts ;

A. LECTURES

a) Module I: Overview of Korean Fisheries Resources Management  Policy and Technology

b) Module II: R&D of Fisheries Resources

c) Module III: Korean Technology of Fisheries Products Processing

d) Module IV : Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point System(HACCP)

e) Module V :  Understanding of Korea

 

B. COUNTRY REPORT PRESENTATION on

a) Brief introduction of the fisheries resources organization represented by the participants

b) Status of fisheries resources industry in the participant’s home country

c) Government policies on fisheries resources

d) Government policies on the fisheries processing industry

 

C. STUDY VISITS & CULTURAL EXCURSION

- Animal Plant & Fisheries Quarantine & Inspection Agency, Busan Port Authority , Fisheries

   Resources Research Institute(GFRRI)

- National Folk Museum, N-Seoul Tower, Gyeongbok Palace etc.

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