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The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism Secretariat (CRFM) in collaboration with its partner organization will convene an Advanced Leadership Training Workshop for Heads of Fisheries Department/Divisions in CARICOM States during the period 8 - 12 April 2013 at the Palm Haven Hotel, Castries, St. Lucia.

This workshop is a collaborative initiative between the Belize based CRFM Secretariat, United Nations University –Fisheries Training Programme (UNU-FTP), and the University of Akuyreri, Iceland (UA); the University of Belize (UB), and the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus (UWI), through a grant awarded to the CRFM by the Island Growth Initiative Fund of Iceland.

The overall development goal of this capacity building workshop is to enhance the contribution of fisheries to the social and economic development of the countries and achieve better quality life and standard of living for fisherfolk and coastal communities through sustainable development, management and conservation of the fisheries resource systems. The specific objective of the workshop is to ensure that Heads of the national fisheries authorities of the CRFM Member States are equipped with the knowledge and skills required to provide high quality leadership in their organizations. At the end of this workshop Heads of Fisheries Departments from CRFM Member States will have: Acquired new core leadership knowledge and skills and where appropriate, renewed and updated their existing expertise.   Received feedback and new insights on their current leadership capacities to help them focus on specific (practical) development actions where small improvements will make a major difference to the impact they have as a leader.   Improved his / her overall proficiency to lead and create conditions for exceptional performance.   Strengthened his / her working relationships in the Regional Network of Senior Leaders. Enjoyed a time of personal growth and renewal. Identified blockages and constraints to the sustainable development of coastal and marine fisheries resources in his / her country, and with their colleagues, jointly developed viable interventions to address them. The opening ceremony will be held at the Palm Haven Hotel, Castries, St. Lucia, at 9:00a.m. on Monday, 8 April 2013.
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