Working in partnership with the University of St Andrews, UMASS and Pharmaq Analytic the FAI Academy offer aquaculture courses with multiple opportunities at different entry levels.
UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS
Today, the University hosts over 10,000 students as well as offering flexible, part time learning delivered 100% online for anyone looking to accelerate their career development in aquaculture or those who have practical work experience in the aquaculture industry but no formal qualifications.
fai.academy partners with The University of St Andrews to develop and deliver a range of introductory undergraduate level and advanced Postgraduate (Certificate/Diploma/Masters) courses. This provides a perfect partnership for knowledge transfer in the Aquaculture sector.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON
The University of Massachusetts Boston is nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban public universities in the United States.
UMass Boston’s academic excellence is reflected by a student body of over 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
The University offers over 180 degrees and certificates online, and more than 1500 online courses offered annually with the Introduction to Sustainable Marine Aquaculture program a key part of this offering.
fai.academy is proud to partner with UMASS Boston to develop and deliver the modules in this program on their behalf.
More information on Introduction to Sustainable Marine Aquaculture program is here.
Pharmaq Analytic (formerly Fish Vet Group) is headquartered in Inverness, Scotland, with diagnostic lab locations there as well as in Norway, Ireland and Chile, where it provides veterinary services and services in bacteriology, histology and PCR testing.
Pharmaq Analytic represents the world’s largest provider of dedicated evidence-based veterinary services, diagnostic technologies and environmental monitoring to the aquaculture sector.
The company has partnered with fai.academy to develop and deliver it’s groundbreaking RSPCA recognised course in the Health and Welfare of Atlantic Salmon.
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