Applications are now closed for ‘Ocean Management: Sustainable Fisheries and Governance’ short course.

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Applications are now closed for ‘Ocean Management: Sustainable Fisheries and Governance’ short course.

Participants who are looking at increasing their knowledge and skills in the ‘blue economy’ are encouraged to apply for the short course in ‘Ocean Management: Sustainable Fisheries and Governance.

The short course exposes those working in marine and fishery sector workers to knowledge on:

  • managing fishery and aquaculture governance.
  • addressing illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing.
  • the economic benefits from domestic fisheries.
  • foreign and high seas fisheries management.
  • developing seafood enterprises and trade through export development and harmonised African fish trade.

Participants should have a bachelor’s degree and five years’ experience in a fishery or marine related area, in the government, private or non-government sectors.  Where prior education is at a diploma level, applicants must indicate their “Master’s entry equivalent experience,” including additional relevant work experience or evidence of research. Click here for more information on the course outline.

To apply

Applications close: 4 March 2019

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