We deliver customised workshops and training courses on a wide range of topics pertaining to veterinary public health, animal health surveillance, bio-statistics and epidemiological modelling:
- one-to-one training (e.g. four hour troubleshooting clinic)
A tutor to yourself, answering your questions in your office or online. Prices start at 480 SEK/hour +VAT (£40/€50).
- Half-day (4 hours)/full day (8 hours) interactive workshop
Best for small to medium groups (<15 participants) at a location of your choice. Prices start at 4200 SEK +VAT (£350/€450) for full days; and 2230 SEK+VAT (£185/€240) for half-days.
- Week-long training course (4 1/2 or 5 days)
Works best for medium to larger groups (15-30 participants) at a location of your choice. Prices start at 18000 SEK +VAT (£1500/€1950) for the week.
- Remote learning
We develop the training material and you choose when & where to study. You benefit from plenty of one-to-one contact with your tutor online and have access to a support team whenever you need them. Prices on demand.
- Bespoke training package
The number of hours and commitment your business needs on an ongoing basis. Prices on demand.
We believe that the learning process is enhanced when the material is engaging, hands-on and brings practical value. Some of our teaching material can be found on College Classroom, a file-sharing platform in which teaching materials are peer-reviewed by educators who teach in the same field.
Examples of courses and workshops we have developed and delivered in the past can be found further down this page.
Do you have an idea for a training course that would be valuable to your team? Contact us!
3-day workshop on animal health surveillance for the residents of the European College of Veterinary Public Health (2015)
“Introduction to the interactive visualisation of surveillance data with Google Maps and Charts” pre-conference workshop developed with Epi-Interactive and delivered at the Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine meeting in Ghent (2015)
“Introduction to statistics with R” 3-days course delivered during the yearly PhD Summer School of the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern (2012-2015).
“Introduction to epidemiological modelling” half-day course delivered during the yearly PhD Summer School of the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern (2014-2015).
“Statistics and epidemiological modelling using R” week-long course delivered in English and French to over 130 members of the African Research Consortium on Population and Ecosystem Health (2010).