2nd May 2016 Monday 2nd May 2016, Tuna room, 6th floor of Chulaporn building, Department of Fisheries, Vice Professor Jutathip Pattrawat, Director of Cooperative Academic Institute as the head of Enhancing the Capacity of Stakeholders to Improve the Tilapia Value Chain in Thailand Project, the experts: Vice Prof. Dr. Saroj Angsumalin and Prof. Assistant Narong Koochareonsit, Department of Fisheries’ specialist: Dr. Pongpat Boonchuwong the Fishery Economic Consultant, Kulapa Boonchuwong the Fishery Economic Specialist, Nattaya Srichanteug the Director of Fishery Economy Department, Kewalin Noorit the economist joined the meeting to consider and recommend the guidebook of Enhancing the Capacity of Stakeholders to Improve the Tilapia Value Chain in Thailand project.
This guidebook is for agriculturist training, emphasizing on content design and learning methodology in changing attitude, opening vision, enhancing knowledge and skills, preparing learners to be ready to participate in basic Tilapia Value Chain management. It takes 3 days in training, and a day in observing. There are 7 units in learning content:
Unit1: Analysis Situation of Opportunity and Limitation of Stakeholder in Tilapia Value Chain
Unit2: Effective Raise
Unit3: Production Plan and Appropriate Supply Provision
Unit4: Market Indication and Tilapia Value Chain Link
Unit5: Product Development
Unit6: Price-enhancing Value Chain Development Guideline