Agriculture & Food Security: Animal and Animal Health

 

BIT Agricultural training courses provides essential knowledge to professionals in the seed, crop, forestry, fertilizer, bio fuel and other agricultural services industries. Successful companies in agricultural services industries have one thing in common, high performing staff dedicated to continuous improvement. Bradley Institute provides a wide range of training services including seed sampler training, seed quality workshops, food security seminars and webinars on a variety of topics. Many of our courses offer continuing capacity building allowing participants to build industry-related professional skills for career enhancement, while helping your organization to improve efficiency, reduce risk and increase competitive advantage.

Course Title Who should attend Prerequisites Duration
Anatomical and physiological research studies on animals
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Animal and wildlife production, health and nutrition
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Animal pathology and analytical services
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Bio Safety Level 3 (BSL-3) poultry vaccine clinical efficacy trials
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Biomedical research, including toxicology and nuclear medicine (post-mortem)
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Companion animal skin allergy testing
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Development of wildlife and environmental health management plans
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Equine and companion animal health and welfare research studies
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Molecular studies on infectious and parasitic diseases of animals
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Phytomedicine and ethno-veterinary medicine research studies
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Research on veterinary aspects of food safety and food security
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Rhino poaching predictive modelling
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Wildlife genetic laboratory services
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Milk Goat & Cow Management
Introduction to Artificial Insemination in Cattle
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