Report on the Training Course on Port‐In and Port‐Out (PIPO) Officers of Thailand on Specific Detail on Fisheries Management
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As part of the project REBYC‐II CTI “Strategies for Trawl Fisheries Bycatch Management” project it was realized that when considering the increasing number of fishing vessels, fisheries management policies and measures, the fisheries managers have major role to play to deal with this issue. Fishing technologists and fishery officers need to monitor the quantum of application on various fishing technologies both in small scale and large-scale sectors in order to take up appropriate management measures. Strengthened knowledge of fishing technology is important for both fishing technologist and fisheries managers to properly develop fisheries management measures or plan. Two training courses on Port‐In and Port‐Out (PIPO) Officers of Thailand on specific details on Fisheries Management was organized. The first course was organized during 1‐4 November 2016 at Rayong Province which was attended by 19 participants. The second course was organized on 15‐18 November 2016 at Songkhla Province which was attended by 25 participants. All the participants and observers in both training course were from Department of Fisheries, Thailand. The 4 days training was aimed at providing an introduction to the fishery situation in Thailand, provide knowledge on classification of fishing gear and the accessories, fishing gear construction and its operation. This was found useful for all trainees who can apply it in their further work.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Global Environment Facility and Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. (2016). Report on the Training Course on Port‐In and Port‐Out (PIPO) Officers of Thailand on Specific Detail on Fisheries Management. Samut Prakran: Training Deartment, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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