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2009/748 Master Class Series: Seafood marketing

The Seafood Marketing Master Class was held across two days and was repeated in eight locations during 2009 and 2010. Through this master class, 110 people were trained in the basics of marketing principles.  Read More

2010/710 Mater Class Series: Minimising waste and maximising profit through process efficiency

This master class series introduced participants to basic concepts of improving productivity in the seafood sector and strategies, tools and techniques used for identifying waste and inefficiencies in their own processes.  Read More

2010/714 Master Class Series: Future harvest

This project involved the development of a Master Class on the subject of fisheries economics which were delivered to fisheries managers, research scientists, industry representatives and other interested stakeholders. This master class was conducted in 7 cities around Australia and a total of 121 people attended.  Read More

2010/769 Master Class Series: Stimulating consumption of Australian seafood

This project was an Education and Training project with a key purpose being the dissemination of consumer research findings from other CRC projects. This project allowed for wider dissemination of research findings through a Master Class series which was attended by a total of 91 people nationally.  Read More

2013/733 Interactive seafood packaging master class (Round I)

This Master Class aimed to provide information to industry on the latest packaging techniques that are available and provide practical experience in using a variety of packaging equipment.  Read More

2013/748.30 Introduction to the use of bio-economics in fisheries management for key decision makers

A bio-economic workshop for fisheries managers was held to discuss the importance of economic objectives and the role of government and industry in attaining those objectives.  Read More

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