Report on Preliminary Training Need Assessment.
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Training need assessment is one of RFU-SEAFDEC responsible provide for REBYC-II CTI executing countries in order to ensure the project will meet with objectives. Identification of the needs of executive countries, RFU-SEAFDEC carries out the training needs assessments for two (2) groups of NTEP staffs, i.e. 1) Fishers and other relevant stakeholders including government officials and 2) Private sector/fisher champions. The target for TNA no. 1 is a general training focusing on sustainability coupled institutional issues (i.e. why bycatch reduction is necessary and beneficial, and how it may be implemented). For TNA no. 2 the focus is on the technical options to achieve more sustainable trawl fisheries (i.e. how bycatch reduction can be achieved through technological change or other management measures, but will also include institutional issues). To institute change it is necessary to ensure that policy and decision makers are made aware of the benefits of, and approaches to bycatch reduction. SEAFDEC will actively look for opportunities to sensitize high-level officials to the outcomes of the project. This may be through the projects regular activities and in cooperation with partners, e.g. the fishing industry and NGO’s and project partners.
Paniard, w. (2013). Report on Preliminary Training Need Assessment. Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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