Aquaculture Training On-Line Learning (ATOLL) Summer-Fall
This online program, designed to introduce fish farming to those interested in food security and/or beginning their own fish farm, contains four courses in the fundamental science of farming aquatic animals and plants. Students from high school age and up may attend. Distinguished UH and visiting faculty provide cutting edge information through a series of engaging videos, digital games, and a dedicated social network for students in the program. Stop paying high prices for fish or vegetables – you can grow your own. Feed your family – or an entire village – by learning the science behind fish farming and aquaponics.
Students who complete all the courses and a final examination may apply to participate in a post-course internship with a mentor at an aquaculture facility near where they live.
This program is made available and affordable by a generous grant from NOAA. Scholarships are available. For more information, visit the program website at videolearning.uhatoll.com.
The ATOLL online program is now approved by the State of Hawai‘i Employment and Training Fund (ETF) program for incumbent workers. ETF may pay 50%, up to a maximum of $250 of course fees for students employed by eligible businesses and nonprofits. For information, go to hawaii.gov/labor/etf and click on the Employer Referral ("micro") program link.
Interested in credit courses in Aquaculture?
Please visit our University of Hawai‘i programs:
UH Manoa Animal Science Program at www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/site/ProgramANSCI.aspx. Or email email@example.com.
UH Hilo: Aquaculture Department at hilo.hawaii.edu/academics/cafnrm/specializations/aqua.php. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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