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Module 1 Training – B2, B1, A1



Within the scope of IFISH project, Module 1 training, which is the first training program in Antalya Beymelek Mediterranean Fisheries Research, Production and Training Institute was held on 16-20 September 2019. The content of Module 1 was B2. Basic Level - Fisheries Statistics, B1. Basic Level - Data Collection in Fisheries and A1. Advanced - Fisheries Dependent and Independent Data Collection.

In the training, which included three different trainers. For two days, B2. Basic Fisheries Statistics was given by Assist. Prof. E.Mümtaz Tıraşın, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology Department of Marine Sciences. Statistics plays an important role in in fisheries research and implementation of stock assessment and the evaluation of fisheries data. In the training, the basic level of statistical topics used in fishing activities such as variation of data collection and data analysis, correlation analysis and correlation analysis are taught.

On the third day of the training, B1 Data Collection Training were given by Fabio Fiorentino, Senior Researcher at Italian National Research Council (CNR) –IRBIM and Claudia Musumeci, independent researcher in CIBM. The use of data collection, data quality, verification and control and data storage in fisheries management and discussion were made on the current situations.

On the fourth and last day of the training, A1 Advanced - Fisheries Dependent and Independent Data Collection training was provided. In the training, participants were provided with training on data collection related to fisheries dependent and independent data collection on observations on both research ships and commercial fishing vessels, visual recordings and data collection. At the end of the module 1 training, participation certificates were given to participants and the first training was completed successfully.

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