Supporters and Sponsors of Online Aquafeed Production School
This course is offered for an understanding of the design, development, and operation of an aquafeed production plant for the range of products typically used in this industry. Ingredients, a general nutritional review, equipment used, and why are discussed.
This school will allow interested individuals to understand the possibilities and developments over time with regard to what can be produced and how all aspects of the process interact for successful aquafeed production.
Basically, there are 4 areas of importance for aquafeed production; ingredients, equipment used, how it is operated, and the desired final product specifications. All aspects interact as each affects the other as the nutritionist makes the formula, sales or the customers define the desired end product while the production needs to perform efficiently.
Communication between these areas and the interactions between them result in excellent aquafeed produced with acceptable margins.
Why attend Credo Online Aquafeed Production School?
Update yourself with the latest technologies and machinery for feed plants
Take the time to review key milling operations and gain ideas and knowledge that help further improve the feed production process
Allows learning and development without having to leave your workplace
Short sessions that are spread across a period of time to accommodate busy schedules
This an excellent platform for anyone that would like to fully understand the feed milling process and what it takes to produce quality sustainable feeds.
This is What our Courses Are Like
Only 2.5 Hours per week
6 weeks | Online
Receive a certificate of completion after attending 6 sessions
Catch what you missed
in our On-Demand
Online Aquafeed Production School 2023 Edition Available in 2 Time Zones
Europe & Asia
August 22, 2023 to September 26, 2023
2 PM Bangkok | 9 AM CET
U.S. & Latin American
August 25, 2023 to September 29, 2023
10 AM Chicago | 1 PM Buenos Aires
*Broadcast of the Recorded Live Session*
Who should attend?
Feed Mill Plant Owners
Feed Mill Managers and Plant Operators
Quality assurance and Maintenance staff
Nutritionists and feed formulators
Feed Additive and Animal Health suppliers
Industry advisors and technical consultants