Knowledge Sharing

One of the most effective tools to reach large, remote audiences is online education or e-learning. TCRS is building on prior course development expertise to develop a unique global hub for knowledge sharing that will comprehensively address the needs of a growing and rapidly evolving seafood sector.

The knowledge sharing platform is being developed as a multi-lingual hub that will provide you with practical tools that you can immediately apply. Advancing responsible seafood practices requires the contributions of the whole sector. In addition, because the sector benefits from the responsible individuals who build it, we are co-creating Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certifications to amplify this commitment.

As more courses go live, you can explore the possibilities. One of the two pathways may be more aligned with your work; however, there will be some topics that are relevant to both pathways. A third option will be to chart the course that best addresses your overlapping interests.

Education and Training in Best Practices

Building capacity for the whole seafood value chain

Fishers, farmers, feed producers, and processors to retailers, exporters, and all the links in between. Low-tech or isolated communities will be reached through a combination of innovative technological access and applied research projects in the field.
  • Learning about best practices and innovative developments
  • Practical applications and skills acquisition for implementation
  • Continuing Professional Development certificate structure is in development
Please access our existing courses by clicking the button below. These courses were originally created for the aquaculture community and are temporarily housed at the Global Aquaculture Academy. We look forward to also serving the fisheries community and the entire seafood sector through our new platform.

Markets, Conservation, and Policy:
Sustainable Ocean Leadership Institute

Addressing holistic cross-sector sustainability issues for markets, conservation, and policy


Seafood buyers, regulators, NGOs, policy makers, and other industry leaders driving regenerative change and policy making

  • Knowledge workshops for building leadership coherence on cross-sector opportunities for action
  • Potential topics include climate change, the ocean/climate nexus, nature-based solutions, food systems transformation, biodiversity, the circular economy, plastics, social responsibility and equity
  • Continuing Professional Development certificate structure is in development

Each pathway will also house topic-specific communities for networking, sharing experiences, and peer-to-peer collaboration. A rich array of learning resources, directories, and forums will promote global information exchange.

In addition, the SeafoodSphere, our virtual meeting room, will provide interconnectivity for the entire community.

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