The Australian Fisheries Academy offers highly-qualified, industry-specific training

January 2010
Ausmarine;Jan2010, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p27
Trade Publication
The article focuses on training courses offered by the Australian Fisheries Academy with headquarters in Port Adelaide, South Australia, developed by its chairman Hagen Stehr AO which includes training for skippers and engineers, classes on fishing operations, aquaculture and post harvest and fisheries compliance sector.


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