Coaching delivered for future aquaculture leaders


SAIC initiative aims to equip participants with the tools, skills and confidence to lead under pressure and build successful teams

The Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) in Scotland is calling upon emerging leaders from across the sector to take part in its Leadership Development Programme, which it says is the only scheme of its kind that’s specifically-designed for people working in aquaculture.

The programme has been designed to support a growing and diverse workforce, as well as addressing the need to boost managerial skills to prepare the next generation of leaders to step into senior positions. All areas of the sector will be included – from finfish and shellfish to seaweed and the supply chain. Past participants have included aquaculture farm managers, logistics planners, environmental analysts, innovation officers and fish health specialists.

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