We are very proud to announce that Adele Moyes, Senior Technical Officer (Systems) – ARC Research Hub for Sustainable Onshore Lobster Aquaculture, at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) has been successful in securing a place in the highly respected National Seafood Industry Leadership Program (NSILP) 2023.
The NSILP commenced in Hobart, Tasmania on 14 March, 2023. This national leadership program is funded by the Australian Government through the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) and is managed and facilitated by Affectus. The program extends throughout six calendar months and concludes in Canberra in September 2023.
NSILP is the only national industry specific leadership program for the seafood industry and has been informed and developed in consultation with and feedback from the industry. The program focuses on developing practical skills that participants can apply at a personal, business, and national organisation industry level. Affectus provides skills sessions and practical activities that enhance participants knowledge and confidence to lead the industry into the future.
NSILP caters to individuals aspiring to leadership roles at all levels of the seafood industry, whether as workplace supervisors, industry representatives, or even with national and international leadership aspirations. Throughout the program, NSILP participants will have opportunities to interact with industry decision-makers. The rigorous selection process this year ensures that participants from various sectors and the value chain can connect with industry leaders and build networks. Industry support for the program is greatly appreciated.