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  • A tried and tested approach to innovation

    We have recently established a new group – the Seafish Expert Panel - to help our work to bridge the gap between the seafood industry and the research community. One of the priorities of this panel is to promote, support and drive innovation in the seafood industry. Mark Berry, the panel’s chair, blogs on how the Seafish Expert Panel will look to act as the catalyst to help the sector solve its enduring technical challenges.
  • Brexit: what happens after exit day?

    Ahead of the UK’s exit from the EU on 31 January, Fiona Wright, our Head of Regulatory Affairs, gives an update on where we are now, what might happen next and how we will continue to support the UK seafood industry.
  • How apprenticeships benefit seafood businesses

    In National Apprenticeship Week Simon Potten, our Head of Safety and Training, talks about the apprenticeship opportunities available in the seafood industry.
  • Helping exporters navigate a complex global landscape

    Dr Lynn Gilmore, our Head of International Trade and Regions, talks about export advice, resources and support available for UK seafood businesses.
  • New Developments in Onshore Training

    The last 11 months have seen the onshore training team expand the range of programmes and training resources available to the onshore seafood sectors. There have been developments for fish friers, fishmonger’s and processors and some that provide opportunities across the entire onshore industry.
  • To train, or not to train, that is the question

    Raising standards is vital to continued success and Seafish takes pride in how it can help seafood businesses to prosper and grow. One of the ways of doing this is by utilising the skills and knowledge of a Seafish approved trainer.
  • Seafish priorities in the midst of coronavirus

    Our CEO Marcus Coleman explains what Seafish is doing right now to support the UK seafood industry in the wake of the situation caused by coronavirus.
  • Assisting fishermen to make essential journeys during Covid-19 restrictions

    Following requests from fishermen we have created a critical worker certificate for owners, skippers and crew to use when travelling to and from work.
  • Brussels News in Brief - April 2020

    The European Commission has adopted a set of ambitious proposals to mitigate the socio-economic impact of the coronavirus in the fishery and aquaculture sectors.
  • Assisting key workers in the seafood sector to make essential journeys during Covid-19 restrictions

    We have an established scheme to issue critical worker certificates to verified onshore businesses in the seafood sector.
  • The rise of remote learning

    What a difference a month makes.
  • Onshore Training News In Brief - April 2020

    News from the online training team at Seafish