Manipulate stock culture environment
This unit covers a broad spectrum of issues related to manipulating stock culture environments in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 covers the selecting of equipment, checking that it is functioning, recognising problems or malfunctions and if necessary repairing equipment. Also covers calibrating equipment to manufacturer's guidelines. Activity 2 covers emergency/contingency plans. It guides the student through an emergency and looks at solutions and crisis management
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Harvest stock
This unit covers the correct procedures for harvesting stock in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 focuses on what needs to be done to prepare for harvesting. Includes checking the harvesting schedule, weather forecasts, pond conditions and conditions that affect harvesting. Also includes choosing appropriate harvesting equipment and protective clothing for harvesting. Activity 2 covers monitoring stock behaviour and reporting non-standard behaviour to the supervisor. U
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Handle Stock
This unit covers the correct procedures for handling stock and other tasks in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 focuses on the importance of preparing a plan of action so that tasks are completed correctly and on time. It also shows how water and weather conditions affect the level of stock distress, and the need to plan an efficient route so that stock can be transported with only a minimal risk of stress and damage. Activity 2 covers the processes involved in checkin
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Monitor Stock and Environmental Conditions
This unit covers the knowledge and processes involved in monitoring stock health in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 gives an introduction to water quality factors such as dissolved oxygen levels, pH, hardness, alkalinity, water temperature and salinity, and how these affect stock and other water quality factors. Activity 2 covers the location to take a water sample, methods of taking a water sample, sending it for analysis and interpreting results of water analysis.
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