The RAF Education Program provides a platform from which to disseminate knowledge on best management practices for aquaculture. It will also attempt to address issues related to disease and other production problems as they develop.
With support from foundations such as the Resource Legacy Fund, RAF’s online education has initially focused course content on seafood safety, social responsibility, water quality and health management for shrimp facilities. Link to RAF’s education site below:
Global Aquaculture Academy Courses (English)
Global Aquaculture Academy Courses [中文]
Global Aquaculture Academy Courses (Español)
Global Aquaculture Academy Courses (Tiếng Việt)
Seafood Safety for Aquaculture Products
Good Manufacturing Practices at Aquaculture Processing Plants
Aquaculture Compliance With U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act
Another important series. Seafood safety issues can develop during both farming and processing due to microbial, chemical or physical contamination. Learn how effective controls focus on prevention and are arranged in layers that reflect increasing specificity.
Fundamental Labor Rights
Worker Safety and Health
Water Quality in Aquaculture: An Introduction
pH Management in Aquaculture
Total Suspended Solids Management in Aquaculture
Pond Liming and Fertilization
Feeding and Water Quality
Dissolved Oxygen Management in Aquaculture
Phosphorus and Phytoplankton Management in Aquaculture
Ammonia and Toxic Metabolite Management in Aquaculture
Water Circulation and Aeration
Pond Bottom Management in Aquaculture
In this practical series, learn how to measure important water quality parameters and maintain them within optimum ranges for efficient production.
Managing Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei at Shrimp Farms
Managing Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei at Shrimp Hatcheries
EHP reduces nutritional uptake and results in slow growth and wide size variation. EHP is particularly difficult to eradicate because the pathogen reproduces via highly resistant spores that can survive outside their hosts for extended periods.
Managing Early Mortality Syndrome at Shrimp Farms
Managing Early Mortality Syndrome at Shrimp Hatcheries
Early mortality syndrome (EMS) is a serious global disease that can cause 100% mortality of juvenile farmed shrimp. Although there is no “cure” for EMS, the application of best management practices can limit the presence and impacts of the disease.
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