BIM and Seafish UK recently teamed up to deliver their intensive five day Fish Quality Assessment training course in our SDC
BIM and Seafish UK recently teamed up to deliver their intensive five day Fish Quality Assessment training course in BIM’s Seafood Development Centre in Clonakilty, Co Cork. Participants were trained in quality assessment techniques for key fish species including cod, plaice, mackerel and salmon using both theory and practical sessions.
One of the course participants, Monika Rostek, Oceanpath, said “As a Quality Manager working for a company supplying raw fish, I found this course very interesting and straight to the point. I have gained confidence and skills that will greatly benefit my role and assist in my day to day assessment of incoming product’ Another participant, Shane Molloy from Molloy Fish Sales Killybegs, added “This course is a must for anybody involved in the handling of fresh fish”.
The course was delivered by Adrian Barrett Senior Quality Assessment Trainer with Seafish UK assisted by John Hackett, Regional Business Development Advisor and Eileen Soraghan Seafood Quality Officer with BIM.
Back Row (Left to Right) Shane Molloy (Molloy’s Fish Killybegs) Fergal Feeney (Feeney’s Fish), Lee Fearnehough (BIM) Monika Rostek (Oceanpath), Adrian Barrett, course tutor(Seafish UK) Brian Murphy (Good Fish Processing (Carrigaline) Ltd, David Miller (Kingfisher Fresh Ltd), John Hackett, course tutor (BIM)
Front Row (Left to Right) Brian Buckley (Good Fish Processing (Carrigaline) Ltd), Catherine Barrett (BIM), Michael Cannon (BIM), Orla McKeever (Lidl), Laura Zadaviciute (Kingfisher Fresh Ltd)