July 04, 2016

04/07/2016: Basic grain operations courses available in July

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Whether you are new to the industry or a veteran looking to do your job more effectively, GEAPS 500: Introduction to grain handling operations will give you the skills to work more efficiently.

This entry-level course from the GEAPS/K-State Distance Education Program identifies the main types of grain elevators, how grain moves through the facility and the main functions of common grain facility equipment.

“Learning about the different types of elevators and equipment available that can make day-to-day operations more efficient was very helpful,” said Marshall Ellsworth, Mountaire Farms Inc, Mid-Atlantic Chapter.

“This course has improved my performance at my elevator.”

GEAPS 545: Grain entrapment: causes, prevention and rescue is also available in July.

GEAPS 500 is one of six courses required for the Credential in Grain Operations Management. For more information on the Distance Education Program, the Credential Program or other courses available in March, visit the program website HERE

Course Dates: July 18-August 19

Registration closes July 13.


Cost:
US$670 members;
US$850 non-members
Save on registration with volume discounts HERE.

Contact Katya Morrell for more information at katya@geaps.com or on (763) 999-4300, or visit the GEAPS website HERE.
 

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