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Nutrition and Feeding of Aqua Culture Species (2 of 6)

R 2,000.00

Course Overview

AVAILABLE June 2019

In all fish farms, the cost of supplemental food is the greatest recurring cost and it is in the interest of the farmer to get a good return on this investment in terms of fish weight gain.

The aquatic species covered in this course are those that have commercial value in the Southern African context. Examples used throughout the text have been chosen from many different sectors of the industry in an attempt to illustrate the general principles of aquaculture nutrition.

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Course Objective

The objective of this course is to make the subject of Aquaculture Nutrition accessible by making it readable. It set out to do this by taking students from the basics of digestion and absorption, through nutrient needs of aquatic animals and how they are met by the combination of the various feed ingredients available by means of formulation and manufacturing.

The course registration is open for any person interested in aquaculture nutrition and the feeding of aquaculture species.

In this course participants will learn to:

  1. Feeding behaviour of aquaculture species. Nutrition management practices of aquaculture species. Nutrition and food quality of aquaculture species.

Course Content

  1. Introduction to aquaculture nutrition
  2. Feeding behaviour
  3. Feeding physiology
  4. Nutritional energetics
  5. Protein
  6. Lipids
  7. Carbohydrates
  8. Minerals
  9. Vitamins
  10. Nutritional pathology
  11. Feeding ingredients
  12. Feed formulation
  13. Feed manufacturing
  14. Feed evaluation
  15. Feeding management
  16. Impact of aqua feeds on the environment

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Your Lecturer for this online course:

Henk Stander

Henk Stander holds an M-PHIL degree in Aquaculture from Stellenbosch University. His been working in the Aquaculture Industry for the past 21 years. He is a member of the World Aquaculture Association for the past 10 years and is the current Vice-Chairman of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa.

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Data sheet

Language Available
English
Course Level
Beginner
Duration
8 Weeks
Available
Per Month
Who should attend
The course registration is open for any person interested in aquaculture nutrition and the feeding of aquaculture species.
NQF Level
NQF 6
Credits
16 Credits
Certification
University Certificate (Credit Bearing)
Course Type
Short Course

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