Business of Fish Course
Fishbiz Spring 2009 Workshop Series is a no-cost, non-credited University distance delivery business management course for the Alaska seafood sector. Fishbiz covers a number of subjects related to commercial fishing and shellfish farming operations. Workshops may be taken during actual workshop times or later in recorded versions at your own convenience.
Click on the links below for workshop description and materials.
February 3—Is Direct Marketing Right For You?
February 10—Starting a Seafood Cooperative
March 24—Lowering Your Fishing Fuel Bill
April 28—Alternative Fishing Technologies
Interested individuals may register for one or more workshops online at:
Fishbiz Spring 2009 Workshop Series Online Registration – This link will take you away from our site.
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Glenn Haight, (907) 796-6046 or email@example.com.
Registered workshop participants will receive access to the online class site and free copies of all workshop material. If workshop participants would like to receive material prior to the live class, registration is advisable at least one week prior to class time to allow for shipping.
Fishbiz workshops run on most Tuesdays from 12:00 – 1:50pm, starting January 20 through April 28. Previously aired Fishbiz workshops are available for viewing anytime over the Internet at the on-line class site.
Live Fishbiz workshops are held in class, on TV and on the Internet. Recorded FishBiz workshops are available anytime through the Internet.
- In Class: Fishbiz is generally held at the UAS campus in Juneau, Alaska. Classroom location is in the UATV studio, bottom floor of the Egan Library, Room 103 or connecting classroom. Some workshops are held elsewhere and noted in the complete workshop guide. Workshop participants who are in the area are welcome to attend the class in person.
- Cable TV/Satellite: The course airs on the University’s UATV, a TV production studio that broadcasts educational programming throughout Alaska. UATV is accessible through cable channels throughout Alaska. Check local listings or visit the UATV website (http://uatv.alaska.edu) for channels in your community. UATV may also be dialed in on satellite. Check the UATV website for satellite tuning instructions.
- Internet: All live UATV programming is available for viewing on the Internet at http://uatv.alaska.edu. Viewers may watch the live workshop on RealPlayer or Windows Media.
- Recorded classes: Each class is recorded and saved for viewing on the on-line class site. Register to the class to obtain access to the on-line class site and class materials.