Budget expenditure: $150,000.00
Project Status:
Current
Principal Investigator: Joanne M. Slater
Organisation: CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory
Project start/end date: 6 Feb 2020 - 30 Aug 2022
Contact:
FRDC
TAGS
Training
Management
Fishing Technology
Biosecurity
Aquaculture

Need

While the AAHTS has been in operation for 9 years, there remains a need for the continual education and training of aquatic animal health professionals to enhance their skills across a range of specialist disciplines. Based on the significant outcomes from the previous nine years of the AAHTS, the Department of Agriculture has contributed $75,000.00 (less $7,500.00 (10%) management fee, cash contribution to FRDC) to ensure that the AAHTS continues to be implemented for a further 3-year period (2019/20-2021/22) with matching funding anticipated from the FRDC Aquatic Animal Health and Biosecurity Subprogram. Thus, an application is needed to generate an agreement between CSIRO-AAHL and FRDC for continuation of AAHTS which would be administered as previously, i.e., by CSIRO-AAHL (rather than FRDC) through the FRDC Aquatic Animal Health and Biosecurity Subprogram.

Objectives

1. To improve the knowledge and skills in aquatic animal health management to support Australia’s fishing and aquaculture industry, including the aquarium sector

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