News last update:6 Aug 2012

AFIA offers first online feed milling course

AFIA and Kansas State University announce their first distance-learning education program. The first course being offered is “AFIA 501—Fundamentals of Feed Manufacturing.”

The course was developed by the Feed Technology Group in K-State’s Department of Grain Science and Industry.

It will provide participants with in-depth understanding of feed manufacturing. Even employees with years of experience in the feed industry will find this course valuable.
AFIA and K-State have developed educational programs designed to meet the training needs of feed industry employees and professionals for many years.
The benefits of e-learning, new methods of delivery, and mobile-learning technologies have proven beneficial in many industries. This course will be offered completely online, saving your company travel expenses and the challenges of being short-handed.
“AFIA 501—Fundamentals of Feed Manufacturing” will begin May 17, 2010, and it will last a total of five weeks. Course participants may work at their own paces and engage in online discussions about the material presented.
The course will cost $499 for AFIA members and $685 for non-members. Course size is limited to 50 participants so register early.
To register, contact the American Feed Industry Association by visiting www.afia.org.


Dick Ziggers

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