Project number: 2018-213
Project Status:
Completed
Budget expenditure: $13,047.39
Principal Investigator: Emily A. Mantilla
Organisation: Honey and Fox Pty Ltd
Project start/end date: 2 Jun 2019 - 29 Sep 2019
Contact:
FRDC

Need

PFA has been awarded 50% funds to hold a Seafood Industry in Partnership with Coffs Harbour School - (Grades 2-6). The students will visit the Coffs Harbour Fishermen's Cooperative on the 21-22 May to be shown the variety of seafood, seafood handling, filleting, fishing methods, the ocean to plate story etc.

Objectives

1. Develop two teacher kits
2. Collate existing Australian seafood, aquaculture and wild catch school resources currently available nationally

Final report

ISBN: 13: 978-0-9876352-3-5
Author: Emily Mantilla
Final Report • 2019-09-10 • 409.00 KB
2018-213-DLD.pdf

Summary

To support a series of school excursions run by the Professional Fisherman's Association a series of lesson plans were developed to support teaching during the excursion and back in the classroom. These lesson plans made up the first stage of the project. The second stage of the project was to conduct an audit of existing primary and secondary school resources that are available in digital and hard copy. 
Final Report • 2019-09-10 • 1.20 MB
2018-213 Appendix 4 Seafood Primary and Secondary School Resources.pdf

Summary

This project conducted a search for and listed primary and secondary school resources relevant to the seafood sector. 
Final Report • 2019-09-10 • 4.38 MB
2018-213 Appendix 1 PFA NSW Fisheries Teacher Kit 1 - Years 2 3 4.pdf

Summary

A teachers kit to accompany class excursions to learn about the NSW fishing industry. In this unit, students will cover an extensive range of curriculum points through an in-depth look at New
South Wales' fishing industry and an inquiry project.

Related research

Environment
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2020-067
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

SeSAFE – Delivering Industry Safety through Electronic Learning

1. INFORM, via an independent review, the design and application of user-pay funding models in Australian primary industries, the potential for a similar model to be introduced by SeSAFE in the fishing and aquaculture industry, and steps recommended to realise this outcome.
ORGANISATION:
Smart Fishing Consulting