Tilapia culture in trinidad and tobago: yet another update


NEW APPROACHES OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER



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NEW APPROACHES OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER


This section describes the approaches of technology transfer activities step-wise.

High Quality Training


Funded by the Department of International Development (DFID), UK, Fisheries Training and Extension Project (FTEP-II) realized the need to develop appropriate skills of extension workers of DOF officials as trainers. The ultimate goal of the project was to demonstrate the direct benefits to the poor that could result in by improving the capacity of trainers and by supporting the application of this capacity in extension service delivery. Under the project, a group of 18-members DOF officers (extension workers) were selected for training at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) based in Thailand on mono-sex hatchery management and cage culture of tilapia in July 2001. The 4-week long training program that combined with theoretical knowledge with practical hands-on session in field work and exposure visits to operating farms provided adequate information and skill to promote the tilapia culture upon return.



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