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Education and Training

The following are listed to assist students and intending students around the world, however no judgement has been made by the World's Poultry Science Association or the World's Poultry Science Journal on the value of the courses or education materials offered.

University of Glasgow
Egg Quality Workshops
At intervals during 2002

Two day courses providing basic information and practical training on the establishment and maintenance of egg quality. The courses are run by Professor Sally Solomon of the Poultry Research Unit at Glasgow University. The fee of £200 (about $340) includes light lunches. In addition, there will be a series of one day specialist seminars on subjects to be announced. The cost of each seminar will be £100 (about $170) including tea/coffee and lunch.

E-mail: [email protected]


Barneveld College, The Netherlands

Modern Broiler Farm Management
12 May - 23 May 2003
Modern Hatchery Management
12 May - 23 May 2003
Modern Breeder Farm Management
26 May - 6 June 2003
Modern Layer Farm Management
26 May - 6 June 2003

International Course on Poultry Husbandry
25 August 2003 - 27 February 2004

Contact:
IPC Plant.Dier
Head Dept. International Training & Projects
PO Box 64
3770 AB Barneveld
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 342 406500
Fax: +31 342 406501
E-mail: [email protected]


Colorado State University, USA
Correspondence Courses in Poultry Science and Production

Contact:
Dick Thomas
Program Coordinator
Division of Continuing Education
Colorado State University
Rockwell Hall
Fort Collins
Colorado 80523, USA


Scottish Agricultural College, SAC, Ayr, UK
Avian Science Research Center
Courses for the Higher National Certificate and Higher National Diploma
October 2003

One and two-year courses, respectively.

Postgraduate Courses in Poultry Science

Diploma in Applied Poultry Science - 9 months.
MSc in Applied Poultry Science - 12 months.

Many courses can be provided in a flexible or distance learning format. Short Courses on all aspects of poultry production can be provided as required at a location of choice.

Assessment for NVQ & SVQ can also be undertaken.

Contact:
Miss Lorraine McAulay
Avian Science Research Center
SAC Auchincruive
Ayr KA6 5HW
UK
E-mail: [email protected] 


University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service
Educational materials

A range of items including bulletins, posters, slide sets, films/video films and computer programs is available from the Poultry Science Department.

Contact:
Cooperative Extension Service A-V Library
Hoke Smith Building
The University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
USA


University of Bristol, Langford, UK
MSc Meat Science course, one year full-time (1 October - 30 September) with part-time option

A unique training course for students with a basic understanding of science who are seeking a career in the increasingly technical meat industry. The modular format includes poultry production and processing.

Contact:
Dr P.R. Sheard
University of Bristol
Division of Food Animal Science
Langford, Bristol
BS18 7DY
UK
Tel.: +44 (0) 1179 289240
Fax: +44 (0) 1179 289324
E-mail: [email protected] 


26 - 29 October 2003
Wageningen International Conference Center (WICC), Wageningen, The Netherlands
International Postgraduate Seminar
Nutrition and Climate, new developments

Organized by Wageningen University and Research Centre (International Training Centre PHLO) and World's Poultry Science Association

Introduction
The goal of the course is to provide a concise update on the principles of poultry nutrition and climate together with an insight in the latest developments against the background of a changing societal appreciation of poultry production practices. The focus will be on theoretical background information with a spin-off to applicable solutions The seminar is intended for nutritionists, advisors, veterinarians, managers, teachers, researchers and other professionals involved in poultry production.

Accommodation
All participants will be accommodated at the Wageningen International Conference Centre (WICC), Lawickse Allee 9, Wageningen, tel. +31-317-490133, fax +31-317-426243. Lectures will also be given at the Wageningen International Conference Centre.

Deadline for registration is 1 September 2003.

Contact:
International Training Center PHLO
PO Box 226
6700 AE Wageningen
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 317 484093
Fax: +31 317 426547
E-mail: [email protected] 
Website: www.phlo.nl 
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University of Melbourne, Australia
Masters Degree Course in Avian Health

The International Avian Health Group in the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia has developed a modular structure for delivery of their coursework-based MVS Degree in Avian Health. This MVS (Avian Health) is purpose-designed to enable graduate veterinarians to access the systematic knowledge and professional competencies which they will need to improve poultry productivity. The course design provides basic and advanced knowledge, the development of problem solving skills and their application within the modern (intensive) poultry industries as well as those that are less developed. The full degree course consists of seven teaching and learning units each of five weeks duration. The course runs from July through to June each year. Units can be taken separately if so desired. All candidates must be graduate veterinarians who fulfill the academic prerequisites for entry. For more detailed information, and for contacts regarding this Degree Course, the website is located at     
http://www.vet.unimelb.edu.au/research/iah.html.

Unit 1:   

 Poultry production/health interactions

21 July - 22 August 2003

Unit 2:   

 Applying pathology in diagnosis

1 September - 3 October 2003

Unit 3:   

 Understanding and using microbiology and serology

13 October - 14 November 2003

Unit 4:   

 Infectious diseases: successful control and prevention

9 February - 12 March 2004

Unit 5:   

 Product safety, public health and trade issues

22 March - 23 April 2004

Unit 6:   

 Avian veterinarians and financial decision-making

10 May - 11 June 2004

Fees: Australian $5000 per unit, if units are taken separately. Full-time: $33,500.

Contact:
Dr Trevor Bagust
Senior Research Fellow and Leader
International Avian Health Group
Faculty of Veterinary Science
University of Melbourne
Corner Park Drive & Flemington Road
Parkville, Victoria 3010
Australia
Tel: +61 3 8344 9676
Fax: +61 3 8344 9675

 


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