News for 2020 - During and post lockdown
June 1st 2020 - launch of Scottish funding for seafood training (more information avauilable here.)
Network partners meeting May 2020 - Notes from May 2020 Meeting Meetings are now monthly during the current crisis.
Careers Events 2019
Bang Goes DG! - 8th May 2019- report available here
Careers Expo, Edinburgh - September 2017
View the event report here
A busy and productive day supported by Seafish, with more than 500 students and delegates attending.
Scottish Network Newsletter - June 2017
download your copy here.
The June 2017 Newsletter contains articles on VACCP/TACCP, new food hygiene programmes, quality assessment, smoking and filleting programmes and much more.
Success for Scottish Seafood Association - Passport to Processing
in Fishupdate January 2017 - see
original article here.
Study on an apprentice - Andy
Plumb of Dawnfresh
handover - September 2016. Smoking and filleting
training equipment donated to Scottish Seafood Training
Scottish Network Newsletter - June 2016
June 2016, articles include information on smoking
Learning and apprenticeships, training courses from
Seafood Association, Seafish's youtube
channel, a proposed
survey of Scottish businesses, quality
assessment training and opportunities to become a Seafish
sure you get your copy! Download
the November 2015 issue of the Scottish Seafood Training
Muir of Dawnfresh becomes Scottish Network Chairman (July
Muir, HR Director at Dawnfresh Seafoods Ltd has agreed to
take the helm of the Scottish Seafood Training Network as
Network Chairman. Helen has been a longstanding supporter
of training and development in the fish and shellfish industry.
Seafood Training Network - It's official! (May
on the 28th May before an invited audience of employers,
training providers and regional representatives, the SSTN
was brought to life by the signing of the Terms
of Reference by Will Clark (Scottish Seafood Association
Chairman), Ian Land (Seafood Scotland) and Lee Cooper (Head
of Onshore Training for Seafish).
the signing, the attendees heard from Helen Muir, Dawnfresh
Seafoods HR Director, about the inspirational journey the
company has undertaken over the last few years and the benefits
of training. Lee Cooper talked about Seafood Training Networks
and a briefing was delivered by the F&DNSA on the latest
skills audit undertaken on behalf of the Scottish Seafood
photos, presentations and more
to the staff of
Port Authority for providing the venue for the launch and
being such good hosts.
our thanks to the persons who were able to join us on the
day and witness the launch as well as those that wished
us well from afar.