Courses and conferences
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CTA. 1997. Courses and conferences. Spore 71. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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ANIMAL FEED ANALYSIS FOR SENIOR LABORATORY TECHNICIANS10 August - 18 September 1998A six-week course for laboratory managers, supervisors and senior techniciansPLANT AND SOIL ANALYSIS FOR LABORATORY TECHNICIANS16 August-24 September 1998A six-week...
ANIMAL FEED ANALYSIS FOR SENIOR LABORATORY TECHNICIANS 10 August - 18 September 1998 A six-week course for laboratory managers, supervisors and senior technicians PLANT AND SOIL ANALYSIS FOR LABORATORY TECHNICIANS 16 August-24 September 1998 A six-week course also for laboratory managers, supervisors and senior technicians. Details of both courses from: Dr / Mueller-Harvey, Faculty Analytical Laboratory, Department of Agriculture, The University of Reading, PO Box 236, Reading RG6 6AT, UK Fax: +44 118 9352 421 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON SEED PRODUCTION AND SEED TECHNOLOGY 12 April-1.6 July 1998 This short course is for seed agronomists and seed technologists in developing countries. INTERNATIONAL POTATO COURSE: PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND SEED TECHNOLOGY 13 April-17 July 1998 This short course is for people engaged in potato production to further their knowledge and skills in various aspects of their work. These aspects include: physiology, growth and production; storage, handling and utilization; diseases and pests; seed technology, seed production and seed supply; breeding and varieties. Details of both courses from: The Director, International Agricultural Centre, Postbus 88, 6700 AB Wageningen, THE NETHERLANDS Fax: +31 31741 8552 Email: email@example.com HONEYBEE HUSBANDRY, HONEY ANALYSIS AND BEE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 4 - 29 May 1998 This four-week course comprises theoretical and practical training in the field of beekeeping techniques and equipment, harvesting of honey and other hive produce, microscopic honey analysis and manufacturing of bee products. Marieke Mutsaers, Course Coordinator, Trichilia ABC, Noordermeerweg 65cd, 8313 PX Putten, THE NETHERLANDS Fax: +31 527 262598 INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT 13 April - 8 May 1998 and 3 - 28 August 1998 This four-week course focuses on enhancing the effectiveness of key leaders of rural development organizations. Planning, implementation and evaluation are covered. TRAINING OF TRAINERS ON SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE 6 - 24 July 1998 This course will emphasize the importance of helping trainers maximize farmers' potential to solve problems. This will be based on the premise that solutions to farmers' problems should be within their means and within the resources available to them. SUSTAINABLE RURAL AQUACULTURE FOR SMALL-SCALE FARMERS postponed to 1998 This course will be conducted in Thailand and Vietnam and is designed to cover a variety of systems of small-scale aquaculture development. The target audience for this course includes NGO managers, senior staff and trainers interested in introducing or expanding efforts in small-scale aquaculture. Details of the above three courses from: Mile Resma, Education and Training, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Silang 4118, Cavite, THE PHILIPPINES Fax: +63 46 4M 2420 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org MSc IN TROPICAL FORESTRY 1998-1999 The Wageningen Agricultural University (WAU) is offering a 17-month MSc course in Tropical Forestry, starting every year in September. The core of the programmes is the MSc thesis research. There are two specializations: Social forestry, and silviculture & forest ecology. Applicants should have a BSc in forestry (or equivalent), fluency in English, and preferably working experience. MSc Course Director, Frits Staudt, Department of Forestry Wageningen Agricultural University, PO Box 342, 6700 AH Wageningen, THE NETHERLANDS Fax: +31 317483542 Email: email@example.com MSc IN TROPICAL VETERINARY EPIDEMIOLOGY March 1998-1999 This course provides specialized training in epidemiology and preventive veterinary medicine. It comprises modular course work over 7 months followed by individual project and thesis research work. The course is aimed at young and mid-career veterinarians from sub-tropical countries. Dr Andreas Schönefeld, Course Coordinator, Freie Universität Berlin Luisenstrasse 56, D-101 17 Berlin, GERMANY Fax: +49 30 2093 6349 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LEUCAENA - ADAPTATION, QUAUTY AND FARMING SYSTEMS A workshop to be held from 9-14 February 1998 in Hanoi, Vietnam Dr R C Gutteridge and Assoc. Professor H M Shelton, Department of Agriculture, The University of Queensland, Queensland 4072, AUSTRALIA Fax: +61 7 3365 1 188 Email: email@example.com GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY'S SUPPORT FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT A workshop to be held from 5-15 January 1998 in Tobago, West Indies Sarojini Ragbir, Communications Coordinator, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agricultural and Natural Sciences, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, W I Fax: +868 663 9686 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please write to the addresses given above, and not to CTA, if you are interested in participating in these events.