Seafood Training Programmes

Food Safety

Health & Safety

Quality Assessment

Bivalve Purification

Fish and shellfish IPQs and Apprenticeships

Fish and Shellfish VRQs in:

Presentations

Mike Dillon
Lee Cooper
Elaine Neale
Dee Simmons
Gary Hooper
Dave Everett
Morag Hopkins
Alistair Bulloch

Demonstrations

Paul Neve
Ivan Jaines White
Tracy and Cori
Gary Hooper
Charlie Caisey

 

Seafood Training Academy Open Day - 7th November 2012

at the Humber Seafood Institute, Origin Way, Europarc, Grimsby, DN37 9TZ

The Open Day has been a wonderful success, my thanks to the presenters, demonstrators and everyone else who lent a hand to organise and deliver it. And my thanks to the delegates who attended and who were so interested in what we had to tell them.

 

PROGRAMME - available here

Opening Address - Prof. Mike Dillon, STA Chairman.

Presentations

"Update on onshore training" - Lee Cooper (Seafish)

"The Social Benefits of Training"

  • Coldwater Seafoods - Elaine Neale, Head of HR and colleague Dee Simmons
  • A Retailers' Perspective - Gary Hooper, President of the National Federation of Fishmongers
  • HM Prison Service
    • Dave Everett ( Head of Reducing Re offending at Haverigg Prison), Morag Hopkins ( Technical Manager of Haverigg “Smokery”), Alistair Bulloch (Tutor with Lakes College West Cumbria)

Training Demonstrations

    Five cycles of training demonstrations over 4 hours.

  • Smoking fish - demo using an AFOS mini kiln - by Ivan Jaines White of Grimsby Institute
  • Fish frying demonstration – by the Tracy Poskitt and Cori Standing , Fish&Chips@149
  • Fishmongering Skills demonstration - by the National Federation of Fishmongers
  • Filleting and Hand processing skills demonstration - by the National Federation of Fishmongers
  • Fish Quality Assessment demonstration - by a Seafish approved trainer

 

Conference Highlights

The audience for being so attentive and patient through the long, but interesting day.

Micro Kiln - Unveiling of the prototype of the new AFOS Micro Kiln - a free standing kiln for small businesses, caterers and NPD in bigger businesses.
   
Reducing Re offending- the role of training and the Smokery at HMP Haverigg. The audience and other speakers were particularly impressed with the work carried out by HMP Haverigg to reduce Re offending by delivering skills training in smoking and developing a work ethos amongst inmates working in the Prison Smokery.

Thanks to Annette and Donna for organising the registrations and more.