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Seafood ScotlandSeafood Scotland was established in 1999 by the main representatives of the Scottish seafood industry, to market, promote and develop responsibly caught Scottish seafood in order to maximise the value return to industry. Seafood Scotland also acts as delivery partner for Seafish Industry Authority in Scotland.
The organisation works closely with all sectors of the Scottish seafood supply chain, from catching and processing, through to retail, food service and consumption, and encourages and facilitates those sectors to cooperate together.
The Seafood Training AcademyThe Seafood Training Academy has a wide range of seafood information, courses and resources
Scottish Seafood Training NetworkScottish Seafood Training Network is an initiative established by Seafish, the Seafood Training Academy, and fish and shellfish apprenticeship providers in Scotland.
SeafishThe Sea Fish Industry Authority (Seafish) works across all sectors of the UK seafood industry to promote good quality, sustainable seafood.  Our research and projects are aimed at raising standards, improving efficiency and ensuring that our industry develops in a viable way. We are the UK’s only cross-industry seafood body working with fishermen, processors, wholesalers, seafood farmers, fish fryers, caterers, retailers and the import/export trade. A Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB), we are sponsored by the four UK government fisheries departments and funded by a levy on seafood.  We were established in 1981.
SQASQA is an executive non-departmental public body (NDPB) sponsored by the Scottish Executive Education Department. It is the national body in Scotland responsible for the development, accreditation, assessment and certification of qualifications other than degrees.
LantraIf you are an employer or individual working in the environmental and land-based sector, this website includes information that will help increase your skills and drive forward your business development.

This site has some great training videos!
Thanks to sponsorship from Seafish, Fishmongers' Company, National Federation of Fishmongers, Corporation of London and London Fish Merchants Association we are able to offer free educational seafood training movies on CD from Billingsgate Market. billingsgate_seafood_training_school.htm can make things easier and cheaper by offering a forum where crew and berths can be located and where boats can be advertised for sale with colour pictures and full details. This gives potential buyers a good idea of the condition and layout of the boat before spending time and money travelling to view. In addition the pictures and details can be printed out in a useful page from your computer.

Northern Lighthouse BoardNorthern Lighthouse Board is a wonderful site for those with an interest in the subject of maritime light safety and history. Its aim is to deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective network of Aids to Navigation for the benefit and safety of all Mariners. Great photo's!

The Maritime and Coastguard AgencyThe Maritime and Coastguard Agency site is the place to go for all sorts of info the fisherman needs to know. Advice, news reports, safety codes, guidance and information.
Marine Accident Investigation BranchMarine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) examines and investigates all types of marine accidents to or on board UK ships worldwide, and other ships in UK territorial waters. The sole objective of MAIB accident investigations is to determine the circumstances and causes of the accident with a view to preserve life and avoid accidents in the future, not to apportion blame or liability.
Seafarers' Advice & Information LineSeafarers' Advice & Information Line (SAIL) is a Citizens Advice service dedicated to seafarers across the UK. SAIL gives free and confidential advice to working and retired fishermen.
Trawler Pictures - The VHF of cyberspace, a home from home to keep in touch while you are away at sea, or an instant link to everything nautical if you are home for a break.

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