e-FishNet project monitoring Meeting

Reykiavik, Iceland. 13-14/07/2017

fundur MG 1752 (3)

The second meeting of the e- FishNet Project took place in Reykjavik on 13th and 14th July. This Project is co- funded by the Erasmus +  Programme of the European Union. The organizations attending were ANCIPA representing the Portuguese Traders and Food Industries, Ankara University (Turkey), ARIEMA, the EATIP (European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform), Billingsgate Seafood School from England, Matís as the host organization and FEDEPESCA representing the Spanish Fish Retailer Sector, and coordinator.

During these 2 days, different members of the consortium presented results and conclusions of work done in the last few months. The works were focused on the first Intellectual Output.

This first Intellectual Output consists of the deep analysis of the current situation relating to training, focused on fishmongers in participating countries in the Project. In order to fulfil this analysis several interest points were stablished. An in depth study of these points has been carried out since the first Meeting in Lisbon which took place in November of 2016.

Mainly the analyses focused on traditional fishmongers, the current training situation in each country, and specific training courses offered in e-learning format, but also  a significant point has been the consumer’s opinion about the skills fishmongers should have.

Access to e-Fishnet II meeting press note 

Access to the meeting agenda

Access to the presentations made:

 1. Fishmonger's Marco Curriculum, ANCIPA.

 2. Current Situation in relation to e-learning focused on fishmongers, Ankara University.

 3. Current consumer needs and demands document, Billingsgate Seafood School. 

 4. Employability and official training in the area of education or employment, FEDEPESCA. 

 5. E- FishNet Collaborative Network and Experts Panel– Diffusion PlanEATIP and FEDEPESCA

 6. What’s next? e-fishnet e-learning platformARIEMA and Matís.


This communication reflects only the opinion of the author and in any case the European Union is responsible of the use given to the information contained in it.

e- FishNet is a project included in the Erasmus + Program and co-funded by the European Union. This Project started in September 2016 and will finish in September 2018, with a total period of 24 months. The consortium is composed of 9 Organizations from Iceland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Portugal and Spain and also we count on one organization with European scope. FEDEPESCA is the coordinator of this project, which aims to analyze different training schemes in fishmonger’s training in the member countries, create an international collaborative network and also develop an e-learning platform with e-learning content.


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