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Native Fish Farming Information Session

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Location
GOTAFE, 152-200 Fryers Street, Shepparton

About this event

Join the Victorian Fisheries Authority and GOTAFE for a special 2-day immersive experience to find out how to channel your passion for native fish and the environment into a career.

A visit to Snobs Creek Hatchery and the Arcadia Native Fish Hatchery is included as part of the program. You will hear from guest speakers who will introduce you to fish farming, learn about land management and find out how you can obtain the skills and knowledge to start a career in this exciting industry.

This hands-on event is for people who are looking to build a career in aquaculture, agriculture, horticulture, conservation, or land management.

There are no educational prerequisites, just a desire to find out more. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are strongly encouraged to attend.

Man holding fish for release to farming

Who should attend?

This hands-on event is for people who are looking to build a career in aquaculture, agriculture, horticulture, conservation, or land management.

There are no educational prerequisites, just a desire to find out more. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are strongly encouraged to attend.

Date

Thursday 8 July to Friday 9 July 2021

Where

GOTAFE, Fryers Street, Shepparton (and site visits)

This session is designed to give participants a taste of working in the field of native fish farming. Ongoing study commences with GOTAFE in Certificate III in Agriculture (AHC30116) in July. The course is offered under the FREE TAFE program and is conducted 2-days a week over twelve months.