Project number: 2008-326.33
Project Status:
Completed
Budget expenditure: $9,999.99
Principal Investigator: Bo Carne
Organisation: Department of Industry Tourism and Trade
Project start/end date: 11 Jan 2012 - 11 Jul 2013
Contact:
FRDC

Need

The indigenous development scholarship is part of the suite of professional development opportunities developed and managed through the FRDC people development program. This particular scholarship addresses the following objectives of the people development program 2008-2013:

Objective 1 Enhance industry leadership within all sectors
and; Objective 3 Provide opportunities for knowledge transfer and R&D adoption

The significant drivers identified in the FRDC people development program, addressed by this project
are:
- There is a shortage of industry leaders in all sectors of the fishing industry.
- There is an urgent need to develop people within all sectors who have the skills to effectively contribute to debate and policy development for significant challenges, including access to fish resources.
-Early career researchers and emerging industry leaders lack opportunities for formal mentoring and
professional development.
-There is a shortage of opportunities for people in industry to develop skills that are going to directly
improve business profitability and sustainability.
-The industry is geographically dispersed and fragmented, and needs opportunities to learn within and
across sectors.

Objectives

1. To provide one annual scholarship for an indigenous person
4. See manual application for development activities specific to this award

Related research

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