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close this book Aquaculture - Training manual
View the document Acknowledgments
View the document Forward
View the document Chapter one: Introduction
View the document Chapter two: Training philosophy and methodology
View the document Chapter three: Goals and objectives
View the document Chapter four: Site requirements, logistics and length of training
View the document Chapter five: Trainee qualifications and assessment
View the document Chapter six: Staff qualifications, staffing pattern and staff training
View the document Chapter seven: Ten-week program: summary and weekly schedule of events
View the document Chapter eight: Eight-week program: limltations, adjustments, program summary and weekly schedule of events
View the document Chapter nine: Program design considerations and orientation
close this folder Chapter ten: Program design - week one
View the document Session I-1: Trainee arrival
View the document Session I-2: Orientation
View the document Session I-3: Expectations, rules and norms
View the document Session I-4: Individual focusing
View the document Session I-5: Pond observations
View the document Session I-6: Processing - pond observations
View the document Session I-7: Personal Interview - week one
View the document Session I-8: Processing of week one - bridge to Peace Corps, goal setting
close this folder Chapter eleven: Program design - week two
View the document Session II-1: Management plan (part one)
View the document Session II-2: Group discussion - profit incentive in fish farming
View the document Session II-3: Stocking of ponds
View the document Session II-4: Group discussion - fish handling
View the document Session II-5: Use of tools and pumps
View the document Session II-6: Trainee evaluation of training - week two
close this folder Chapter twelve: Program design - week three
View the document Session III-1: Quiz (week three)
View the document Session III-2: Management plan (part two)
View the document Session III-3: Equipment shed, feed shed and pump - trainee responsibilities
View the document Session III-4: Weekly technical report requirements
View the document Session III-5: Field trips - week three
View the document Session III-6: Processing of field trip
View the document Session III-7: Masonry and carpentry projects
View the document Session III-8: Dissection exercise
View the document Session III-9: Social awareness
View the document Session III-10: Personal interview - week three
close this folder Chapter thirteen: Program design - week four
View the document Session IV-1: Introduction to surveying
View the document Session IV-2: Surveying projects
View the document Session IV-3: Pond interview - week four
View the document Session IV-4: Trainee evaluation of training - week four
close this folder Chapter fourteen: Program design - week five
View the document Session V-1: Guest lecturer - site selection, pond design and pond construction
View the document Session V-2: Quiz - week five
View the document Session V-3: Site development/pond design
View the document Session V-4: Processing of masonry project
View the document Session V-5: Issues in peace corps aquaculture programming
View the document Session V-6: Introduction of seminars and seminar topics
View the document Session V-7: Fish fry
View the document Session V-8: Personal interview - week five
close this folder Chapter fifteen: Program design - week six
View the document Design VI-1: Seminar preparation and presentations
View the document Session VI-2: Pond interview week six
View the document Session VI-3: Trainee evaluation of program - week six
close this folder Chapter sixteen: Program design- week seven
View the document Session VII-1: Meeting - preparation for field trip
View the document Chapter seventeen: Program design - week eight
close this folder Chapter eighteen: Program design - week nine
View the document Session IX-1: Field trip debriefing/reentry to training
View the document Session IX-2: Site selection/pond design
View the document Session IX-3: Wheelbarrow project
View the document Session IX-4: Pond construction project
View the document Session IX-5: Final reports
View the document Session IX-6: Pond interview - week nine
View the document Session IX-7: Personal interview - week nine
View the document Session IX-8 Country specific information
View the document Session IX-9: Trainer panels
View the document Session IX-10: Male and female volunteer issues
View the document Session IX-11: Level of intensity assignment wrap-up
View the document Session IX-12: Basic management strategy for Oreochromis niloticus
View the document Session IX-13: Final harvests
View the document Session IX-14: Fish marketing
close this folder Chapter nineteen: Program design - week ten
View the document Session X-1: Culture shock
View the document Session X-2: Processing of pond construction project (and wheelbarrows)
View the document Session X-3: Final interviews
View the document Session X-4: Final trainee evaluation of training program
View the document Chapter twenty: Program evaluation
View the document Chapter twenty-one: Recommendations for in-country training
View the document Chapter twenty-two: Publications, equipment and materials

Session IV-4: Trainee evaluation of training - week four

Note: For objectives, overview and trainer notes regarding procedures, please see "Trainee Evaluation of Training - Week Two" in Chapter Eleven. The procedure is exactly the same each time, and the form is the same except for the activities that are listed. The actual content of the forms will depend upon exactly what activities have occurred. The only thing that will be included here is a sample of the form used for this week's evaluation.

Name (optional):___________________________________

1. On a scale from 1 to 5, rate the value of the following activities (0 = not at all valuable, 5 = extremely valuable). Please make comments or give suggestions for improvement;

Development of Management Plan (sections not addressed in first evaluation)

Field Trip to___________

Discussion following Field Trip regarding utilization of resources

Fish Dissection

Guest: (Name) (Introduction to Surveying)

Surveying Field Exercises and Presentations

Management of your own pond

2. How satisfied are you with your progress since your arrival at the training program? (very dissatisfied, dissatisfied, satisfied, very satisfied)

3. If you are not "very satisfied" with your progress, what factors are related to your own performance?

4. What factors are related to the training activities, resources, and/or staff?

5. Please rate the following aspects of the program that are not related to technical training. (Unsatisfactory, Fair, Good, Very Good). Please make comments or give suggestions for improvement.

Housing

Meals

Transportation

Medical Care

Addressing of Personal Needs (recreation, shopping, mail, etc.)

6. Additional Comments: