Poultry Health

 
  

Programme fact file

Programme title: Poultry Health 
Qualification: 20 credits 
Start date: TBC 
Duration: 10 days residential, or online over 9 months 
Maximum places available: Limited 
Fees: The registration options are as follows:  

(a) The full course with accredited examination (£2,200)
(b) The full course without examination (£1,700)
(c) Per day - residential version only (£400)
Available on weekends/evenings: Yes 
School:

School of Biosciences 

Programme overview

Course description

The Poultry Health short course is sited to graduate level candidates or those with suitable experience within the animal production industry.

Aims

The Poultry Health Course is a valuable didactic experience for anyone involved professionally or academically in the poultry industry. The PHC is run as a two-week residential course of lectures and as an online course delivered in both cases by international experts.

The course can form part of a Post Graduate Certificate together with a course on poultry nutrition and the economics of the poultry industry. This can contribute to a full MSc in Agrifood.

Programme detail

Course details 

The course will provide a comprehensive background to the rearing of chickens, turkeys, ducks and game birds for meat and poultry, including the global industry. Subjects covered include poultry rearing, nutrition, pathology, parasitology, virology and bacteriology coupled with applied subjects such as vaccination, post-mortem examination and laboratory diagnosis.

Students can register for the full residential course one week of which is run at the Pirbright Institute and a second at Nottingham University’s Sutton Bonington Campus.

Areas covered will include:

    • Major and emerging viral pathogens of poultry.
    • Major bacterial, protozoan and fungal pathogens of poultry.
    • Poultry production.
    • Biosecurity and field investigations.
    • Laboratory approaches to disease control in poultry.
    • Medication and vaccination.
    • Practical day (residential version only).

Location

For the residential version:

Week 1: The Pirbright Institute, High Street, Compton Laboratory, Compton, Newbury, Berks, RG20 7NN

Week 2: Sutton Bonington Campus, University of Nottingham, Leicestershire, LE12 6SX

About Sutton Bonington Campus

Map and directions

Campus/Address

The University of Nottingham,
Sutton Bonington Campus,
Sutton Bonington,
Leicestershire,
LE12 5RD
UK

Accommodation

About Sutton Bonington

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Contact

AgriFood ATP
Sutton Bonington Campus
University of Nottingham
LE12 5RD
t:   +44 (0)115 951 6285  
 
 
 

Continuing Professional Development Services

Sir Colin Campbell Building
University of Nottingham Innovation Park
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Nottingham, NG7 2TU

telephone: +44 (0) 115 748 4352
email: cpd@nottingham.ac.uk