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This Topic Page is a guide to Working With Training Centres
Training centres are organisations that provide specialist training services to the seafood industry. They may be private commercial ventures, Academy partners, educational intuitions etc. To deliver these services centres will usually require specialist equipment and expertise. Seafish have approved training centres for quality assessment, bivalve purification, smoking and fish frying.
Advanced Fish Quality Assessment - Adrian Barratt is Seafish's senior trainer in this discipline. While he is able to deliver this course at a number of approved venues, only Campden BRI in the centre of England is an approved Advanced Fish Quality Assessment Centre. Other centres are likely to be approved in the future such as the Food Technology Centre on Anglesey, North Wales.
Bivalve Purification - two centres have been approved covering Scotland & Northern Ireland, and England & Wales.
Fish Smoking - two centres are working towards approval by Seafish - Grimsby Institute and Lakes College West Cumbria. Ivan Jaines White (Grimsby Seafood Village) is approved by Seafish as the senior instructor for fish smoking, and the Academy is able to deliver training courses throughout the UK using an AFOS Micro Kiln.
Fish Frying - Fish frying training courses are available through the NFFF Frying Academyin Leeds and their Centre in Northern Ireland and the Seafish approved training centre run by KFE in Peterborough.
Southern Shellfish Training Centre
Scottish Shellfish Training Centre
Llangefni Food Technology Centre
Blackpool and the Fylde College
Lakes College West Cumbria
KFE Scool of Fish Frying Excellence
NFFF Frying School - Leeds
NFFF Fish Frying Centre - Northern Ireland
Other centres will be approved over time, including fish filleting and mongering training centres. If you would like to apply to become an approved centre or trainer then please contact Lee Cooper at Seafish.