Professionalization

AquExperts will soon launch the Institute for Certified Professional Aquaculturists (ICPA), which will aim at certifying the skills and experiences of professional aquaculture specialists in order to reduce economic, environmental and social risks associated with aquaculture practices, and ensure that the expected development of aquaculture is done in a sustainable manner by true professionals. 

Below are a few preliminary works published in this regards.

Toward the Professionalization of Aquaculture : Is There a Need for Certified Professional Aquaculturists?

​World Aquaculture 46(2):22-23.

Toward the Professionalization of Aquaculture: Serving as Peer Reviewer for an Academic Aquaculture Journal. World Aquaculture 46(4):47-50.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Patrick Sorgeloos.
World Aquaculture 48(1):14-16
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Barry Costa-Pierce.
World Aquaculture 48(2):12-13.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Claude Boyd.
World Aquaculture 48(3): 10-11.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Santosh Lall.
World Aquaculture 48(4): 14-16
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Marc Verdegem.
World Aquaculture 49(1): 10-11.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Randall Brummett.
World Aquaculture 49(2): 14-15.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Roy Palmer.
World Aquaculture 49(3): 12-13.
Toward the professionalization of aquaculture: A conversation with Tillmann Benfey.
World Aquaculture 50(1): 14-15.
Managing aquaculture projects