In October, the American Feed Industry Association will hold a regulatory training short course for petfood industry professionals in Arlington, Virginia, USA.
The course will take place October 11-12, serving as training on how to work as a regulatory professional in the petfood industry. Government officials will help attendees develop strategies to solve issues affecting their businesses, in addition to covering advanced topics and regulatory strategies. The course is designed for regulatory directors with several years' experience, AFIA says.
AFIA offers a short course early registration rate of US$399 for members or US$789 for non-members. Registration is available at www.afia.org.
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