Prospects for integrating education and business to train specialists in the fishing industry were discussed at the MYFF-2022

Prospects for integrating educational processes with business and international experience in training personnel for the fishing industry were discussed at the plenary session within the framework of the V International Fishery Forum.

Oleg Kobyakov, Director of the FAO Liaison Office with the Russian Federation, noted the strong scientific and technological progress in the field of fisheries and aquaculture in Russia. The speaker spoke about the possibilities of integrating the resources of the World Food Organization into the educational process for the Russian-speaking audience, emphasizing the role of the country in accumulating a knowledge base about fisheries.

Senator of the Russian Federation from the Astrakhan Region, member of the Committee of the Federation Council on Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management Gennady Ordenov pointed to the close work of the committee with the Ministry of Agriculture, the Federal Agency for Fisheries, executive authorities, scientific and educational institutions and the business community in matters of personnel training. The main result of this work is the preparation of recommendations for regulatory documents and standards for education.

Vasily Sokolov, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Fisheries, confirmed that the digitalization of the department’s work has reached a completely new high level. This applies to electronic document management within the department and the issuance of electronic permits for fishing, as well as maintaining an electronic fishing log.

Alexey Osintsev, President of the Association of Fishing Fleet Owners, spoke about the practice of training personnel with subsequent employment at enterprises – targeted education. In connection with the renewal of the fleet within the framework of investment quotas, companies will need a lot of specialists (according to preliminary estimates, over 14 thousand people) ready to work on modern ships. Representative. The association spoke about the participation of large industry companies (RRPK, Norebo) in the modernization of gyms and classrooms at the universities of the Federal Agency for Fisheries and other educational institutions, as well as the organization of special courses for students.

Elena Ponomareva, Head of the Department of the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, spoke about the implementation of international training programs on the example of the Republic of Guinea and Ethiopia. Based on the results of joint work with the Astrakhan State Technical University within the framework of the UN program for the development of territories and support for developing countries, a technical project for a research and production fish farming cluster in the Republic of Guinea with an educational module was proposed. Beginning aquafarmers were also trained both in terms of fish farming technologies, and in terms of management, farm organization and logistics.

Representatives of Kazakhstan, Iran and Uzbekistan spoke about their experience in training personnel for fisheries, including for aquaculture in Central Asia and the Middle East, the Federal Agency for Fishery reports.

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