Unlocking the Science of Shrimp Welfare
FAI Academy is happy to announce the launch of a groundbreaking, free online course on Shrimp Welfare Indicators, which is based on a recent scientific paper published in the journal Animals titled “Non-Invasive Methods for Assessing the Welfare of Farmed White-Leg Shrimp (Penaeus vannamei).” This course is designed to make the knowledge and science behind shrimp welfare accessible to everyone involved in the aquaculture industry.
- Accessibility for All: The Shrimp Welfare Indicators course is available online, offering flexibility and accessibility to learners from various backgrounds. Whether you’re using a mobile device, a laptop, or a desktop, you can access the course at your convenience, you online need to have access to the internet.
- Self-Paced Learning: We understand that aquaculture professionals have busy schedules. That’s why this self-paced course allows you to learn at your own speed. You can start and finish the course whenever it suits you. Complete it in about 5 hours, with 6 months to finish once registered.
- Expert Contributors: The course draws from the expertise of the authors of the scientific pape, including Dr. Ana Silvia Pedra, Murilo Henrique Quintiliano, and Prof. Antonio Ostrensky, and the aquaculture training expertise of Dr. Sara Barrento who adapted the paper to online learning . Their invaluable insights into non-invasive methods for assessing shrimp welfare are now at your fingertips.
- Certificate of Completion: Upon successfully completing the course, you will receive a certificate that attests to your knowledge of shrimp welfare indicators. This certificate is valid for 6 months, demonstrating your commitment to the well-being of shrimp in the aquaculture industry.
Join Us in Prioritizing Shrimp Welfare
FAI Academy is proud to be a driving force in making this essential knowledge accessible to everyone in the aquaculture industry. By providing this free online course, we hope to encourage ethical and sustainable practices in shrimp farming. We invite you to join us on this journey towards a more humane and responsible aquaculture sector.