Feeds & Nutrition (postponed)

 

Since we cannot predict what the situation around the Coronavirus will be in June, we have decided to postpone the Feeds & Nutrition course.


Interaction, discussions and broadening your network are important features of the course. Therefore we will not offer the Feeds & Nutrition course online. At this moment, we are trying to find a suitable date for the 10th edition of F&N course, most likely in October/November 2020. The new date will be communicated as soon as possible.
Although the new data are not known yet, you can already register for the course. When the new data are confirmed we will contact you if you still want to participate the Feeds & Nutrition course.
 

Feeds & Nutrition

The Feeds & Nutrition course is a yearly recurring event. It is designed to quickly inform the participants about the main theoretical and practical aspects of everything involved in feed production. The course is set up in different modules so that, depending on the interest of the participant, a custom program can be made. All modules are offered over the course of one week.

Learning objective

To inform participants about theoretical and practical aspects of feed formulation, production and quality control for different species.

For whom?

The course is a must attend for nutritionists, purchasing managers, quality assurance managers, feed mill managers and others involved in the feed or allied industry. The course covers theoretical and practical aspects of feed formulation, production and quality control for different species. This training is given in English.

Course design and set up

13 different modules are offered from which you can compose your own program. The program takes the background and knowledge level of the individual participants into account by providing modules that cover principles of nutrition, nutrient evaluation topics, applied nutrition and feed formulation. To give an impression of Dutch practice, an excursion is included in the applied nutrition modules.

Date and location

At this moment, we are trying to find a suitable date for the 10th edition of F&N course, most likely in October/November 2020. The new date will be communicated as soon as possible.
The course will be given at Inntel Hotels Zaandam (close to Amsterdam). About 20 minutes from Schiphol airport. 

Modules
 

 Module 1 Feedstuffs - 1 
 Module 2 Feedstuffs - 2 
 Module 3 Intestinal health 
 Module 4 Principles monogastrics 
 Module 5 Nutrient evaluation poultry 
 Module 6 Applied poultry nutrition 
 Module 7 Practical feed formulation poultry 
 Module 8 Nutrient Evaluation Swine 
 Module 9 Applied swine nutrition 
 Module 10 Practical swine feed formulation 
 Module 11 Advanced dairy nutrition 
 Module 12 Applied dairy nutrition 
 Module 13 Feeding management and ration optimisation 

 

Cost

Costs for one-day modules are € 960,- and for two-day modules € 1.715,- (excluding VAT, including lunch and social program). There is an early bird discount of 5%. When registering for two modules per person, there is a discount of 7.5% and for three modules 12.5%. 

Accomodation

The course fee is excluding hotel room. A hotel room can be booked in Inntel hotel Zaandam. 

Social program

As it is quite unique to have so many experts from the feed industry from all over the world together we also organise a social program to network while enjoying some drinks and food. On Monday we organise a dinner cruise in Amsterdam. Participants who start training on Tuesday but arrive on Monday are also very welcome to participate in this boat trip. On Wednesday we organise a dinner in the vicinity of the hotel. All participants are also warmly invited to join this dinner. Participation in the social program is free of charge.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact

More information can be requested by sending an e-mail to training@schothorst.nl.

 

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