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Horse biosecurity

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Date

Add to Calendar 2023-01-09 00:00:00 2023-02-19 23:59:00 Horse biosecurity Biosecurity is important to prevent or reduce the spread of infectious diseases. Basic biosecurity principles are universal, though practicing biosecurity will look different for each horse caretaker and facility. This online course will give you an introduction to equine biosecurity. The horse biosecurity online certification course is a semi-self-paced, 6-week certificate course focused on equine biosecurity practices in the Upper Midwest.  The 6-week course starts on January 9 and ends on February 19, 2023. View all horse certificate courses America/Chicago public

Location

Self-guided, online course

Contact

Abby Schuft, Extension educator
neux0012@umn.edu or 612-508-5776

Biosecurity is important to prevent or reduce the spread of infectious diseases. Basic biosecurity principles are universal, though practicing biosecurity will look different for each horse caretaker and facility. This online course will give you an introduction to equine biosecurity.

The horse biosecurity online certification course is a semi-self-paced, 6-week certificate course focused on equine biosecurity practices in the Upper Midwest. 

The 6-week course starts on January 9 and ends on February 19, 2023.

View all horse certificate courses

Audience

The online course is recommended for adult learners (ages 18 and older) but is open to everyone. This course is open to the public and will not result in college credits.

Cost

$75

Registration

No late fees or transfers. Partial refunds ($65) will be given for cancellations before January 8. No refunds on or after January 8.

About the certificate

To earn a certificate of course completion, participants must earn at least70% on three 10-point multiple choice quizzes and participate in three online course discussions. If you do not want a certificate, you do not have to complete quizzes or course discussions.

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