UK-based Europharma, a developer of fish health and welfare programs, is helping students at the University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture explore career paths in the aquaculture industry, the company said in a release.
During the university's recent Aquaculture Careers 2017, Fraser Howarth, sales support administrator of the company's Fishguard product, and Sean Black, the company's fish health advisor, delivered presentations to inspire future aquaculture leaders.
“Presenting at the Institute of Aquaculture was a great opportunity to meet and speak with the people who are going to be the future of the industry," Fraser said. "It was great being back at our old stomping ground, as we know exactly what the students are experiencing and we are in a great position to give advice that will hopefully set them up for a successful career in aquaculture.
“Sean and I both started our careers at Europharma following graduation so understand what students need to know in terms of stepping on the ladder of employment, so we hope the advice and information we gave proves useful for the students.”
They presented on Fishguard, diagnostic fish health services that help prevent, diagnose and treat fish health issues, as well as Supersmolt, a high-end monitoring service by Europharma.
Eupharma's multidisciplinary teams — based in the UK and internationally in countries such as Norway, Canada and Chile — advise and assist their customers via a range of veterinary pharmaceuticals, vaccines and health management solutions and services.
Fraser and Black also discussed the importance of working together to reinforce Europharma’s vision and commitment of having a Complete Fish Health solution.
Europharma’s multidisciplinary teams, based in the UK and internationally in countries such as Norway, Canada and Chile, advise customers on the company’s range of veterinary pharmaceuticals, vaccines and health management solutions and services, primarily delivered by their veterinary services team trading as Fishguard.