AB Agri helps to address worldwide training gap with new feed safety academy

- Initiative led by GMP+ International aims to address global inconsistencies
- Online platform designed to gather and share knowledge
- E-learning modules include webinars, databases, factsheets, local and global events
calendar icon 8 December 2021
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AB Agri has partnered with GMP+ International to launch a new online training academy for feed chain professionals to improve safety in the global feed industry.

The new platform is also supported by three other international animal feed businesses in the framework of the Collective Knowledge Program of GMP+ Academy. It has been designed to create higher and more consistent feed safety management training courses. These training courses will be available to companies, teams, individuals, registered trainers and consultants.

Its mission is to collect feed safety expertise from AB Agri and other partners and distribute it in accessible formats to audiences across the world.

AB Agri’s Responsibility Director, Angela Booth, said: “Achieving consistently high levels of safety across the global feed chain is increasingly challenging and in spite of commercial competition, companies need to work together to ensure feed safety worldwide.

“As a team committed to the highest standards of safety, we are glad to contribute and support the academy to raise knowledge levels within the sector for the benefit of all.”

Johan den Hartog from GMP+ International said: “Working together, we have designed the GMP+ Academy to be impactful, insightful, and, crucially, enjoyable so participants can learn best practice for themselves and for their organisations.”

The online GMP+ Academy platform will include modules, webinars, e-learning materials, videos, events, databases and fact sheets.

For more information and to gain free access please visit: https://www.gmpplus.org/en/services/gmp-academy/

Laurence Williams

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