Who Are We?
The Seafood Training Network Wales is an initiative originally established by Seafish, the Seafood Training Academy, The NFFF, and fish and shellfish apprenticeship providers in Wales. The aims of the Network are;
i) To signpost training opportunities to the seafood industry in Wales,
ii) To encourage skills development and career progression,
iii) To seek funding to support training needs,
iv) To promote cooperation in the provision of seafood training across Wales,
v) To provide a voice to seafood employers in Wales over training issues.
Network Partners and Employer Members
1. Network Partners
Network Chair - this role rotates between the employer partners as needed.
Lee Cooper (Seafish Onshore Training and the Seafood Training Academy)
Nia Griffiths - Menter a Busnes
John Penaluna (NFFF Director for Wales)
Ursula Hartland - representing independent Seafish approved trainers in Wales
Catherine Cooper representing the Food Technology Centre Wales in Horeb
Paul Jones representing the Food Technology Centre in Llangefni
Noemi Donigiewicz - Seafish Wales
Mark Llewellyn - Cambrian Training
Glen Foley - Coleg Cambria
Chris Parker (NFF Director for Wales)
2. Employer Partners
The following employers sit on the Seafood Training Network and help to form policy and chair meetings.
Danny White-Maire - Enochs Fish and Chips, Conwy
3. Apprenticeship and Training Providers
4. Facilities Providers
The Food Technology Centre, Anglesey
Food Centre Wales, Horeb.
5. Industry Representatives
National Federation of Fish Friers - represented by John Penaluna, of Penaluna's and NFFF Regional Director for Wales.
National Federation of Fishmongers - represented by Chris Parker of Vin Sullivan Foods Ltd
Terms of Reference of the Seafood Network
Current Terms of Reference