Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast
In this unit, you will be introduced to key principles and processes of aquaculture. This includes examining processes that support all stages of the aquaculture production cycle, including husbandry, hatchery and grow-out, through to harvesting and preparation for distribution. You will examine these processes with reference to principles, theory and management techniques applicable to aquaculture operations, including water quality requirements, stock handling, health and welfare of stock, biosecurity management of key aquaculture species and an introduction to aquaculture management software. You will develop your skills and knowledge in these areas through work-integrated learning. This includes undertaking a project that involves analysis of industry processes, and a work-integrated learning experience that will take place where possible, on site at a working aquaculture business.
|Unit name||Aquaculture Principles and Processes|
|Available as student elective?||No|
|Location||Study period||Attendance options||Available to|
|Cradle Coast||Term 4||On-Campus||Domestic|
- International students
- Domestic students
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- Recognise and explain key aquaculture principles and processes and their relationship to biological requirements of species
- Analyse aquaculture processes and techniques applicable to culture of selected species
- Apply key aquaculture techniques and work practices
- Identify, evaluate and use relevant discipline tools and techniques
- Identify and evaluate relevant behaviours, principles and perspectives in the workplace
- Use reflective and deliberative thinking to generate plans for self-development
- Apply practice and discipline-based skills and knowledge to communicate solutions to real world problems
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AT 1: Process mapping and report (50%)
AT 2: Work placement or supervised activity (50%)
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