CSP1150 - Introduction to Fish Health

Course CodeCSP1150
Course TitleIntroduction to Fish Health
DescriptionThis course is a beginning level, introductory program that familiarizes participants with the signs, causes, control and prevention of infectious and noninfectious fish diseases.
Objectives:
By the end of this session, the participant will be able to:
• Recognize and identify the external or gross signs of the more common fish diseases and parasites;
• Stain slides for preliminary identification of common disease organisms;
• Isolate and culture some disease organisms;
• Calculate dosages or treatment levels;
• Properly care for and package moribund or dead fish as specimens for shipment to diagnostic laboratories; and
• Describe the causes and effects of fish diseases.
Target Audience:
This course is designed for fisheries biologist, hatchery managers, fish health biologist, or wildlife biologist interested in fish health techniques.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Instructional Hours36
Credits/CEUs2.0
Course Content ContactMATTHEW PATTERSON; Phone: 304.876.7473; Email: matthew_patterson@fws.gov;
Extracted from DOI LEARN on9/2/2014 4:04:09 AM

Schedule:  CSP1150 - Introduction to Fish Health

StartEndSession InformationLocationSession ContactRegister
01/12/2015 01/16/2015 Class begins at 8:00am ends at 5:00pm
Class ends at 12:00 noon the last day
National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) Marilyn Williams
(304) 876-7940
marilyn_williams@fws.gov
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01/26/2015 01/30/2015

LaCrosse, WI Brenda Hooper
(304) 876-7449
brenda_hooper@fws.gov
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02/02/2015 02/06/2015

LaCrosse, WI Brenda Hooper
(304) 876-7449
brenda_hooper@fws.gov
Register