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English details of training course in swine farm management

  1. 1. 1Complete Training Course in Swine Farm ManagementDate: 30 June - 26 August, 2012 (Including all 4 courses indicated below)Duration: 8 Days (in a period of 2 months)Sessions: 32 SessionsVenue: Park Café Vtrust Outlet & Field VisitsThe integrated course provides trainees with strategic guides, effective techniques and necessary skills forthe management of swine farms designed specially for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), enablingthem to run swine farms cost-effectively and lucratively. See page 2.The Training Course Includes the Following Sub-Courses:Course 1: Management of Swine Production & Farm (30 June-01 July, 2012)The course provides trainees with technical knowledge of swine production and farm management,enabling them to control and ensure smoothness of production process, improve productivity, andminimize risks. See page 4.Training fee: $185 Pay 10 days before training: $150Course 2: Artificial Insemination in Swine (14-15 July, 2012)The course provides trainees with technical knowledge of swine reproduction and artificial insemination(AI), enabling them to reproduce piglets to supply their farms by themselves using artificial reproductiontechniques. See page 8.Training fee: $185 Pay 10 days before training: $150Course 3: Swine Welfare & Vaccination (4-5 August, 2012)The course provides trainees with technical knowledge of and practical experiences in swine welfareand vaccination, including kinds and uses of vaccine and medicines, parasite and virus control, teeth andtail clipping, watering and cooling system, etc. See page 12.Training fee: $185 Pay 10 days before training: $150Course 4: Animal Feed Production (25-26 August, 2012)The course provides trainees with technical knowledge of producing feed for swine and poultry by usinglocally available raw materials and resources and small facilities, including overview of animal feedindustry, opportunities and challenges, business development and field visits. See page 14.Training fee: $225 Pay 10 days before training: $195Training Course in Swine Farm Management
  2. 2. 2Main Course Objectives:-Trainees are scheduled to be trained on "How to Manage and Develop Swine Farm Business"-By the end of the course, trainees will be able to:+ Manage and develop pig production process in pig farms+Reproduce and artificially inseminate in pigs+Practice standard healthcare, welfare endurance and vaccination in pig farms+Produce pig feed to supply their pig farmsDate:30 June - 26 August, 2012 from 7:30am - 5:00pmDuration:8 days (in a period of 2 months)Sessions:32 sessionsVenue:Park Café (Vtrust Building Outlet, #10 St.109, across from Thvay Dongkom Pagoda and behind Ministryof Council)Used Language:KhmerTraining Fees:-Package 1: $610 (This package includes free receptions (lunch and refreshments), studies materials andtravels to field visits and tours.))*$550 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$550 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons-Package 2: $805 (This package is for trainees who come from provinces. This package includes all of thementioned in package 1. In addition, these trainees are provided with free accommodations at an air-conhotel/guesthouse and travel means to-from the hotel/guesthouse for the whole course (12 of stay-days))*$785 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$785 per person for group registration of =/+2 personsField Visits and Practices:-Field visits to 6 different pig farms in Kampong Speu, Kandal and Takhmaofor practices-A field visit to an outlet selling animal feed facilities and machines-A field visit to nylon sack printing house-A field visit to an animal feed production factory for learning how to assemble machines and producefeed
  3. 3. 3About the Training Course:Swine farmers have been challenged by insufficient skills and lack of necessary knowledge for therunning of swine farm business, which as a result bars them from the maximum growth of their pig farmbusiness. Seeing the challenges, the training course in Swine Farm Management is designed to equipthem with background knowledge of livestock and swine industry and necessary skills for swine farmingbusiness development and management so that they can maximize their business growth.Trainers:1). Mr. Ros Limhy, Animal Welfare & Production Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs project on Animal Feed Value Chain, has ten years of experiences inanimal feed production and feed business development and livestock raising. He graduated a Bachelordegree in Agronomy and Master of Animal Welfare & Production from the Royal University ofAgriculture at Chamka Dong. He has trained a number of farmers to produce animal feed and profitablyraise livestock namely swine and poultry. He also has his own poultry farm and animal feed producingfactory, producing 60 tons of feed per month.2). Mr. Theun Thorn, Swine Artificial Insemination Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs project on Swine Value Chain, has ten years of experiences in pig AI andproduction. Having graduated from the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Dong, he has trainedthousands of farmers on artificial insemination in swine. He also has his own pig farm in which heproduce piglets to supply the market in Takhmao.3). Mr. Preap Prathna, Animal Welfare & Vaccination Specialist,Currently handling a component of a USAIDs project on Swine Value Chain, has experienced in animalwelfare ten years for now. He graduated from the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Dong.Through his work at the USAIDs MSME Project, he has trained thousands of farmers on pig welfare andvaccination.AccommodationsClick Here.Receptions:Lunch, refreshments and reception are provided to all trainees:-Buffet lunch, refreshments with tea & coffee and snacks provided at the training venue at Park Café (oneof Park Café Outlets)-Dinner reception & networking at Park Café (last days of each training)Course Programs:Click Here.CertificationAll trainees are awarded certificates of completionFurther Info & Registration:Contact Person: Mr. Hoem SeihaEmail: entrepconsulting@gmail.comH/p: 012-699-553
  4. 4. 4Course 1: Management of Swine Production & FarmMain Course Objectives:-Trainees are scheduled to be trained on "How to Manage andDevelop Production Chain in Swine Farm & Business"-In the training course, trainees are scheduled to study:a) In-House Trainings Overview of Swine Industry Opportunities and Challenges Introduction of Swine Breeds Standard Housing of Swine Feeds and Feeding of Swine (Industrial Feed vs. Self-Produced Feed) Management of Piglets Management of Breeding Pigs, Sows, and Fattening Pigs Waste and Sewage System Management Marketing of Swine and Swine Business Developmentb) Field Visits A Field Visit to Family-Scale Pig Farm A Field Visit to Commercial Pig FarmDate:30 June - 1 July, 2012 from 7:30am - 5:00pmDuration:2 daysSessions:8 sessionsVenue:Park Café (Vtrust Building Outlet, #10 St.109, across from Thvay Dongkom Pagoda and behind Ministryof Council)Used Language:KhmerTraining Fees:-Package 1: $185 (This package includes free receptions (lunch and refreshments), studies materials andtravels to field visits and tours.))*$150 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$150 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons-Package 2: $235 (This package is for trainees who come from provinces. This package includes all of thementioned in package 1. In addition, these trainees are provided with free accommodations at an air-conhotel/guesthouse and travel means to-from the hotel/guesthouse for the whole course (12 of stay-days))*$200 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$200 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons
  5. 5. 5Field Visits and Practices:-Field visits to 2 different pig farms in Kampong Speu for practicesAbout the Training Course:Production chain in swine and farm management are crucial for swine producers to maximize profits fromfrom pig raising and minimize risks of swine failure, yet most of Cambodian swine farmers lack thesenecessary skills to run their swine farms well. Training Course in Management of Swine Production &Farm responds to their thirst for keys to growth.Trainers:1). Mr. Ros Limhy, Animal Welfare & Production Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs MSME project on Animal Feed Value Chain, has ten years of experiencesin animal feed production and feed business development and livestock raising. He graduated a Bachelordegree in Agronomy and Master of Animal Welfare & Production from the Royal University ofAgriculture at Chamka Dong. He has trained a number of farmers to produce animal feed and profitablyraise livestock namely swine and poultry. He also has his own poultry farm and animal feed producingfactory, producing 60 tons of feed per month.2). Mr. Preap Prathna, Animal Welfare & Vaccination Specialist,Currently handling a component of a USAIDs project on Swine Value Chain, has experienced in animalwelfare ten years for now. He graduated from the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Dong.Through his work at the USAIDs MSME Project, he has trained thousands of farmers on pig welfare andvaccination.AccommodationsClick HereReceptions:Lunch, refreshments and reception are provided to all trainees:-Buffet lunch, refreshments with tea & coffee and snacks provided at the training venue at Park Café (oneof Park Café Outlets)-Dinner reception & networking at Park Café (last days the training)Course Programs:Click HereCertificationAll trainees are awarded certificates of completionFurther Info & Registration:Contact Person: Mr. Hoem SeihaEmail: entrepconsulting@gmail.comH/p: 012-699-553
  6. 6. 6Course Programs for Course 1: Management of Swine Production& Farm (30 June - 1 July, 2012)Day 1: 30 June, 201207:30 – 08:30 : RegistrationFacilitator : Ms. Ly Sognim08:30 – 08:45 : Welcome Remarks by Entrepreneur ConsultingSpeaker : Mr. Hoem SeihaSession 108:45 – 10:15 : Overview of Swine IndustryOpportunities and Challenges of Swine IndustryTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy10:15 – 10:35 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 210:35 – 12:05 : Introduction of Swine BreedsFeeds and Feeding of Swine (Industrial Feed vs. Self-ProducedFeed)Trainer : Mr. Ros LimhySession 312:05 – 01:05 : Management of Piglets (tail and teeth clipping, ete.)Management of Breeding Pigs, Sows, and Fattening PigsTrainer : Mr. Preap Prathna01:05 – 02:05 : LunchSession 402:05–03:25 : Standard Housing of Swine for Effective BiosecurityWaste and Sewage System Managementfor Effective BiosecurityTrainer : Mr. Preap Prathna03:25 – 03:45 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 503:45 – 05:15 : Marketing of Swine and Swine Business DevelopmentTrainer : Mr. Ros LimhyDay 2 : 01 July, 201207:30 – 8:30 : Field Travels to Kandal ProvinceSession 608:30 – 10:00 : A Field Visit to Commercial Pig Farm in Kandal ProvinceModels of Standard Swine Housing andModels of recommended Sewage & Waste SystemFacilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy
  7. 7. 710:00 – 10:30 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snackSession 710:30 – 12:00 : Models of Swine (piglets, sows or gilts, boars) ManagementDemonstration of clipping tails, teeth and ears on pigletsFacilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy12:00 – 01:00 : Lunch01:00 – 01:30 : Field Visit to Piglets and Pigs Fed on Locally Produced Feedsin a Farm in TakhmaoSession 801:30 – 03:00 : Feeds and Feeding Pigs Using Recommended Self-Produced FeedFacilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy03:00 – 3:30 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacks03:30 – 04:20 : Return from the visit (trainees go home for preparation for dinnerreception)06:30 – 09:00 : Reception & Networking at Park Café (one of its outlets)Note: The agenda is subjected to be changeable under critical circumstances.
  8. 8. 8Course 2: Artificial Insemination in SwineMain Course Objectives:-Trainees are scheduled to be trained on "How to produce piglets by using artificial insemination (AI)techniques.-In the training course, trainees are scheduled to study:a) In-House Trainings Consideration of Breeds and Breeding Swine Benefits of Artificial Insemination in Swine Challenges and Disadvantages Facilities for Artificial Insemination Semen Collection from Boars (male pigs) and Semen Processing Semen Quality Evaluation Handling and Storage of Semen Estrus Detection in Female Swine Bio-Security and Other Issues Inseminating Semen in Female Swine Timing of Insemination Post-AI Processb) Field Visits A Field Visit to a Piglet Production Farm for PracticesDate:14-15 July, 2012 from 7:30am - 5:00pmDuration:2 daysSessions:8 sessionsVenue:Park Café (Vtrust Building Outlet, #10 St.109, across from Thvay Dongkom Pagoda and behind Ministryof Council)Used Language:KhmerTraining Fees:-Package 1: $185 (This package includes free receptions (lunch and refreshments), studies materials andtravels to field visits and tours.))*$150 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$150 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons-Package 2: $235 (This package is for trainees who come from provinces. This package includes all of thementioned in package 1. In addition, these trainees are provided with free accommodations at an air-conhotel/guesthouse and travel means to-from the hotel/guesthouse for the whole course (12 of stay-days))*$200 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)
  9. 9. 9*$200 per person for group registration of =/+2 personsField Visits and Practices:-Field visits to a piglet production farm in Takhmoa for practicesAbout the Training Course:There is a rising demand on piglets, making piglet producers unable to respond to this rising need andhence leading some of them to supplying poor quality piglets to their customers. The training course inArtificial Insemination in Swine responds to the rising demand on good quality piglets by equippingtrainees with critical skills needed for piglet production with natural mating.Trainers:1). Mr. Ros Limhy, Animal Welfare & Production Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs MSME project on Animal Feed Value Chain, has ten years of experiencesin animal feed production and feed business development and livestock raising. He graduated a Bachelordegree in Agronomy and Master of Animal Welfare & Production from the Royal University ofAgriculture at Chamka Dong. He has trained a number of farmers to produce animal feed and profitablyraise livestock namely swine and poultry. He also has his own poultry farm and animal feed producingfactory, producing 60 tons of feed per month.2). Mr. Theun Thorn, Swine Artificial Insemination Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs project on Swine Value Chain, has ten years of experiences in pig AI andproduction. Having graduated from the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Dong, he has trainedthousands of farmers on artificial insemination in swine. He also has his own pig farm in which heproduce piglets to supply the market in Takhmao.AccommodationsClick HereReceptions:Lunch, refreshments and reception are provided to all trainees:-Buffet lunch, refreshments with tea & coffee and snacks provided at the training venue at Park Café (oneof Park Café Outlets)-Dinner reception & networking at Park Café (last days the training)Course Programs:Click HereCertificationAll trainees are awarded certificates of completionFurther Info & Registration:Contact Person: Mr. Hoem SeihaEmail: entrepconsulting@gmail.comH/p: 012-699-553
  10. 10. 10Course Program for Course 2: Artificial Insemination in Swine(14-15 July, 2012)Day 1: 14 July, 201207:30 – 08:30 : RegistrationFacilitator : Ms. Ly Sognim08:30 – 08:45 : Welcome Remarks by Entrepreneur ConsultingSpeaker : Mr. Hoem SeihaSession 108:45 – 10:15 : Benefits of Artificial Insemination in SwineConsideration of Breeds and Breeding SwineChallenges and DisadvantagesTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy10:15 – 10:35 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 210:35 – 12:05 : Facilities for Artificial InseminationTraining Boars in Dummy MountingSemen Collection from Boars (male pigs) and Semen ProcessingTrainer : Mr. Theun ThornSession 312:05 – 01:05 : Semen Quality EvaluationHandling and Storage of SemenTrainer : Mr. Theun Thorn01:05 – 02:05 : LunchSession 402:05–03:25 : Estrus Detection in Female SwineInseminating Semen in Female SwineTiming of InseminationTrainer : Mr. Theun Thorn03:25 – 03:45 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 503:45 – 05:15 : Bio-Security and Other IssuesPost-AI ProcessTrainer : Mr. Ros LimhyDay 2 : 01 July, 201207:30 – 8:30 : Field Travels to TakhmaoSession 608:30 – 10:00 : A Field Visit to a Pig Farm in TakhmaoFacilities for Artificial Insemination
  11. 11. 11Demonstration of Training Boars in Dummy MountingDemonstration of Semen Collection from Male SwineFacilitators : Mr. Theun Thorn, Mr. Ros Limhy10:00 – 10:30 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snackSession 710:30 – 12:00 : Demonstration of Semen Quality Evaluation and Testing underMicroscopeSemen Handling and StorageFacilitators : Mr. Theun Thorn, Mr. Ros Limhy12:00 – 01:30 : LunchSession 801:30 – 03:00 : Demonstration of Insemination in Female SwineFacilitators : Mr. Theun Thorn, Mr. Ros Limhy03:00 – 3:30 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacks03:30 – 04:20 : Return from the visit (trainees go home for preparation for dinnerreception)06:30 – 09:00 : Reception & Networking at Park Café (one of its outlets)Note: The agenda is subjected to be changeable under critical circumstances.
  12. 12. 12Course 3: Swine Welfare & VaccinationMain Course Objectives:-Trainees are scheduled to be trained on "How to Take Care of Swine Health and Prevent Swine fromDiseases"-In the training course, trainees are scheduled to study:a) In-House Trainings Understanding Swine Health Issues Pig Health Control and Body Evaluation Control of Foreign and Domestic Disease Biosecurity Types of Common Diseases, Medicines and Treatments Recommended Housing, Environmental System for Healthy Swine Recommended Feeds and Feed Essentials for Healthy Swine Handling and Movement/Transport of Swine Why and When to Use Vaccination Types of Vaccination and Facilities and Tools for Vaccination Injection Types and Placements Recommended Storage and Handling of Vaccinesb) Field Visits A Field Visit to a Pig Farm in Takhmao for PracticesDate:4-5 August, 2012 from 7:30am - 5:00pmDuration:2 daysSessions:8 sessionsVenue:Park Café (Vtrust Building Outlet, #10 St.109, across from Thvay Dongkom Pagoda and behind Ministryof Council)Used LanguageKhmerTraining Fees:-Package 1: $185 (This package includes free receptions (lunch and refreshments), studies materials andtravels to field visits and tours.))*$150 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$150 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons-Package 2: $235 (This package is for trainees who come from provinces. This package includes all of thementioned in package 1. In addition, these trainees are provided with free accommodations at an air-conhotel/guesthouse and travel means to-from the hotel/guesthouse for the whole course (12 of stay-days))
  13. 13. 13*$200 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$200 per person for group registration of =/+2 personsField Visits and Practices:-Field visits to a piglet production farm in Takhmoa for practicesAbout the Training Course:Swine health issue is one of the critical components of effective swine farm management. Asuncontrollable swine health problems lead to failures in swine farm business, some pig producers havealready stayed out of the business due to this factor, regardless of any other issues. This training course isdesigned to provide them with swine welfare, health and vaccination to enable them to better harvest frompig farm business.Trainers:1). Mr. Ros Limhy, Animal Welfare & Production Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs MSME project on Animal Feed Value Chain, has ten years of experiencesin animal feed production and feed business development and livestock raising. He graduated a Bachelordegree in Agronomy and Master of Animal Welfare & Production from the Royal University ofAgriculture at Chamka Dong. He has trained a number of farmers to produce animal feed and profitablyraise livestock namely swine and poultry. He also has his own poultry farm and animal feed producingfactory, producing 60 tons of feed per month.2). Mr. Preap Prathna, Animal Welfare & Vaccination Specialist,Currently handling a component of a USAIDs project on Swine Value Chain, has experienced in animalwelfare ten years for now. He graduated from the Royal University of Agriculture at Chamka Dong.Through his work at the USAIDs MSME Project, he has trained thousands of farmers on pig welfare andvaccination.AccommodationsClick HereReceptions:Lunch, refreshments and reception are provided to all trainees:-Buffet lunch, refreshments with tea & coffee and snacks provided at the training venue at Park Café (oneof Park Café Outlets)-Dinner reception & networking at Park Café (last days the training)Course Programs:Click HereCertificationAll trainees are awarded certificates of completionFurther Info & Registration:Contact Person: Mr. Hoem SeihaEmail: entrepconsulting@gmail.comH/p: 012-699-553
  14. 14. 14Course Program for Course 3: Swine Welfare & Vaccination (4-5August, 2012)Day 1: 14 July, 201207:30 – 08:30 : RegistrationFacilitator : Ms. Ly Sognim08:30 – 08:45 : Welcome Remarks by Entrepreneur ConsultingSpeaker : Mr. Hoem SeihaSession 108:45 – 10:15 : Understanding Swine Health IssuesPig Health Control and Body EvaluationTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy10:15 – 10:35 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 210:35 – 12:05 : Control of Foreign and Domestic DiseaseBiosecurityTrainer : Mr. Ros LimhySession 312:05 – 01:05 : Types of Common Diseases, Medicines, Preventions andTreatmentsTypes of Injection, Syringes, and PlacementsTrainer : Mr. Preap Prathna01:05 – 02:05 : LunchSession 402:05–03:25 : Why and When to Use VaccinationTypes of Vaccination and Facilities and Tools for VaccinationTrainer : Mr. Preap Prathna03:25 – 03:45 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 503:45 – 05:15 : Injection Types, Syringes and PlacementsRecommended Storage and Handling of VaccinesTrainer : Mr. Preap PrathnaDay 2 : 01 July, 201207:30 – 8:30 : Field Travels to TakhmoaSession 608:30 – 10:00 : A Field Visit to a Pig Farm in TakhmaoDemonstration of Biosecurity (Prevention of parasites and infectiousviruses)Facilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy
  15. 15. 1510:00 – 10:30 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snackSession 710:30 – 12:00 : Demonstration of Treatments inPigs using Types ofMedicines, Injections and PlacementsFacilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy12:00 – 01:30 : LunchSession 801:30 – 03:00 : Demonstration of Vaccination on Piglets Using types ofMedicines, Injections and PlacementsFacilitators : Mr. Preap Prathna, Mr. Ros Limhy03:00 – 3:30 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snacks03:30 – 04:20 : Return from the visit (trainees go home for preparation for dinnerreception)06:30 – 09:00 : Reception & Networking at Park Café (one of its outlets)Note: The agenda is subjected to be changeable under critical circumstances.
  16. 16. 16Course 4: Animal Feed ProductionMain Course Objectives:-Trainees are scheduled to be trained on "How to Produce Animal Feed (Swine and Poultry Feeds, bothindustrial and family scale)"-In the training course, trainees are scheduled to study:a) In-House Trainings Overview of Livestock Industry: Demand & Supply Overview of Animal Feed Industry: Demand & Supply Opportunities and Challenges of the Industry Startup Costs of Animal Feed Facilities Basic Feed Essentials and Ingredients of Swine based on Growth Stage Basic Feed Essentials and Ingredients for Poultry based on Growth Stage Local Resources and Materials for Animal Feed Production Understanding Importance of Feed Essentials, Vitamins, Minerals, and other Ingredients Feed Formulation and Grinding Using Simplified Facilities Price Calumniation and Price Setting for Produced Feed Assembling of Feed Mill and Facilities Business development & management of feed production Strategic marketing & campaigns for feed business Livestock Production Chains: Linkage between Feed Production to Self-Livestock Farm Businessb) Field Visits A field visit to an outlet selling animal feed facilities and machines A field visit to a nylon sack printing house A field visit to an animal feed production factory for learning how to assemble machines andproduce feed A field visit to a livestock farm in which animals are fed with locally produced feedDate:25-26 August, 2012 from 7:30am - 5:00pmDuration:2 daysSessions:8 sessionsVenue:Park Café (Vtrust Building Outlet, #10 St.109, across from Thvay Dongkom Pagoda and behind Ministryof Council)Used LanguageKhmerTraining Fees:-Package 1: $225(This package includes free receptions (lunch and refreshments), studies materials andtravels to field visits and tours.))
  17. 17. 17*$195 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$195 per person for group registration of =/+2 persons-Package 2: $275 (This package is for trainees who come from provinces. This package includes all of thementioned in package 1. In addition, these trainees are provided with free accommodations at an air-conhotel/guesthouse and travel means to-from the hotel/guesthouse for the whole course (12 of stay-days))*$245 for Advanced Payment (Only 10 days prior to the training)*$245 per person for group registration of =/+2 personsField Visits and Practices: A field visit to an outlet selling animal feed facilities and machines in Phnom Penh A field visit to a nylon sack printing house in Phnom Penh A field visit to an animal feed production factory in Beckchan for learning how to assemblemachines and produce feed A field visit to a livestock farm in which animals are fed with locally produced feed in TakhmoaAbout the Training Course:Animal feed business is seen lucrative, as some family scale enterprises have already proved successful.Animal feed is an important component of livestock industry, yet the country does not produce enough tosupply the current local market demand. About 40% of the feed is produced domestically, while roughly60% of the feed is imported from foreign countries to meet the countrys demand when livestock industryis growing hard to cater to the need of protein intakes, majority of which are from livestock. In addition todomestic production, now animal feed is increasingly produced locally by communities and small-familyscale enterprises to feed their own livestock and the move has proved fruitful and lucrative. As a result,our training course is designed to provide a training in animal feed production so as to boost livestockindustry and reduce dependency on import of feed and thus improve overall economic well-beings of thecountry.Trainers:1). Mr. Ros Limhy, Animal Welfare & Production Specialist,Currently handling a USAIDs MSME project on Animal Feed Value Chain, has ten years of experiencesin animal feed production and feed business development and livestock raising. He graduated a Bachelordegree in Agronomy and Master of Animal Welfare & Production from the Royal University ofAgriculture at Chamka Dong. He has trained a number of farmers to produce animal feed and profitablyraise livestock namely swine and poultry. He also has his own poultry farm and animal feed producingfactory, producing 60 tons of feed per month.AccommodationsClick Here.Receptions:Lunch, refreshments and reception are provided to all trainees:-Buffet lunch, refreshments with tea & coffee and snacks provided at the training venue at Park Café (oneof Park Café Outlets)-Dinner reception & networking at Park Café (last days the training)Course Programs:Click HereCertificationAll trainees are awarded certificates of completion
  18. 18. 18Course Programs for Course 4: Animal Feed Production (25-26August, 2012)Day 1: 25 August, 201207:30 – 08:30 : RegistrationFacilitator : Ms. Ly Sognim08:30 – 08:45 : Welcome Remarks by Entrepreneur ConsultingSpeaker : Mr. Hoem SeihaSession 108:45 – 10:15 : Overview of Livestock Industry: Demand & SupplyOverview of Animal Feed Industry: Demand & SupplyOpportunities and Challenges of the IndustryTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy10:15 – 10:35 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 210:35 – 12:05 : Startup Costs of Animal Feed FacilitiesLocal Resources and Materials for Animal Feed ProductionBasic Feed Essentials and Ingredients of Swine based on Growth StageBasic Feed Essentials and Ingredients for Poultry based on Growth StageTrainer : Mr. Ros LimhySession 312:05 – 01:05 : Understanding Importance of Feed Essentials, Vitamins, Minerals, andother IngredientsFeed Formulation and Grinding Using Simplified FacilitiesPrice Calumniation and Price Setting for Produced FeedAssembling of Feed Mill and FacilitiesTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy01:05 – 02:05 : LunchSession 402:05–03:25 : Business development & management of feed productionStrategic marketing & campaigns for feed businessLivestock Production Chains: Linkage between FeedProduction to Self-Livestock Farm BusinessTrainer : Mr. Ros Limhy03:25 – 03:45 : Refreshment with coffee & tea and snacksSession 503:45 – 05:15 : Field Visit to Machinery and Feed Facilities Shop in Phnom PenhField Visit to Nylon Sack Printing House in Phnom PenhDay 2 : 26 August, 2012
  19. 19. 1907:30 – 8:30 : Field Travels to Feed Factory in Beckchan for PracticesSession 608:30 – 10:00 : A Field Visit to Feed Factory in BeckchanDemonstration of Feed Formulations and MixingDemonstration of Feed GrindingDemonstration of Price CalculationFacilitators : Mr. Ros Limhy10:00 – 10:30 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snackSession 710:30 – 12:00 : Commenting and Advising on Assembling of Feed Mill and FacilitiesFacilitators : Mr. Ros Limhy12:00 – 01:30 : Lunch01:30 – 02:30 : Travel to TakhmaoSession 802:30 – 4:00 : Field Visit to a Pig Farm in TakhmaoDemonstration of and commenting on Feeding Using the Produced FeedFacilitators : Mr. Ros Limhy04:00 – 04:20 : Refreshment with soft drinks and snacks04:20 – 04:40 : Return from the visit (trainees go home for preparation for dinnerreception)06:30 – 09:00 : Reception & Networking at Park Café (one of its outlets)Note: The agenda is subjected to be changeable under critical circumstances.
  20. 20. 20Logistics InformationNote! This section is only applicable for trainees who pay for the package 2.Accommodation:For conveniences and safety of the trainees who reside outside Phnom Penh City and have paid forpackage 2, we have reserved air-con hotel/guesthouse rooms for 3 night stays starting from the day priorto the training days until the the day after the training at Golden Globe Guesthouse. Golden Globe is anice, high class guesthouse located in Toul Sangke Commune, Russey Keo District, Phnom Penh.Local Travels & Tour Visits:A bus standbys for transferring trainees to-from Golden Globe to the training venues and tour visits.Arrival to Phnom PenhTrainees are advised to arrive at Golden Globe Guesthouse in Phnom Penh on the day before the trainingby themselves. Regarding guesthouses check-in, we advise that trainees do it themselves by providingtheir name to the guesthouses receptionist, since each room has already been reserved by our committeefor each trainee who have paid for this package. Please contact us through the address below before youleave home for Phnom Penh.Departure from Phnom PenhTrainees are advised to leave the guesthouse on the morning of the day after the training no later than12:00pm and be self-responsible for their journey back to their home province. Any extended stay at theguesthouse should be settled or paid by the individual.Food & ReceptionTrainees are advised to have their own dinner and breakfast. On the training days, lunch and snacks withcoffee and tea are served at the training venues (10am, 12pm, 3pm). On the last day of each trainingcourse, dinner reception is served to all trainees at one of Park Café Outlets.Further InformationFor further information regarding logistics information, please feel free to contact:Mr. Hoem SeihaH/p: 012-699-553Email: entrepconsulting@gmail.com
  21. 21. 21Frequently Asked QuestionsQ1. What is the Training Course in Swine Farm Management?A. The Training Course in Swine Farm Management is a complete course designed to provide practicalknowledge on swine farm business management and production chain development. Trainees will be ableto know how to manage pig farm effectively, develop production chain, and add value systems throughself feed production and other critical issues that often occur in pig farms. The course is divided into 4sub-courses, namely (1) Management of Swine Production & Farm, (2) Artificial Insemination in Swine,(3) Swine Welfare & Vaccination, and (4) Animal Feed Production.Q2. The training course is divided into 4 different sub-courses, but I am interested in only one ofthe course and would like to pay for only that course. Can I choose only one of the course?A. Yes. We have designed a complete course necessary for swine producers to manage their farmbusiness effectively and profitably. However, if you are interested in only one of the sub-courses withinthe main course program, you can still take it as you desire. You are entitled to only pay for the indicatedcourse you are going to take. Please note that if you choose the complete course, you save a great dealcomparing to paying only a sub-course.Q3. Why is this training course initiated?A. Seeing the rising demand on livestock and the substantial import of pigs from the neighboringcountries, we have thought through providing swine farming management skills to local producers we cancreate more business and job opportunities in order to boost the countrys economic activities throughwhich economic well-beings can be achieved from the grassroots. Swine farm business done by localentrepreneurs will automatically drive livestock industry and hence they synergistically drive thecountrys economy forwards.Q4. What should be the benefits of attending the Training Course in Swine Farm Management?A. Trainees will be able to get into the insights of swine business opportunities and challenges. Inaddition, they will also know how to manage and run pig farm business effectively by applyingrecommended methods and techniques theyve learned from the trainings. They can cut cost of operationsby applying their swine welfare and vaccination systems, reproduction of piglets by using AI methods,and add values to their production by producing feed on their own. These assets should enable them toscale up their enterprise.Q5. The training course is quite useful for local farmers and entrepreneurs who are running ormay want to start up swine farm business. However, the fees of the training are quite expensive.Can you just lower the fees so that greater number of potential local farmers and other interestedentrepreneurs can join and benefit the course program?A. No. The fees are set at the modest packages, offsetting all of the expenses necessary for the operationsof the training course, including coverages on sets of lunch, sets of refreshments, sets of dinner reception,training venues, mini-buses for the local transportation and field visits, trainers, and other necessaryoperation costs.Q6. My friends and I want to attend the course and we are more than 2 people to attend thistraining. Will there be a good discount for us?A. Yes. With a group registration of equal or more than 2 persons, we offer a discount as stated in each ofthe training courses. However, please note that the payment should be made 10 days prior to the trainingdays, or else we keep the rights to settle at the regular prices.Q7. According to your training fees stated in each of the courses, any payment made 10 days priorto the first day of the training will be settled at a discount rate, while group of two or more than twopayments is also settled at the same rate. Can you explain these ambiguous articles?
  22. 22. 22A. Generally, we do not offer any further discount for group payment of two or more than two, sinceweve already offered you a good discount. However, we reserve a special payment nature of which youcan still pay the special discount package later than the regular set days of promotion up to 5 days prior tothe training. You will be entitled to pay the normal prices if you settle later than 5 days prior to the firstday of the training.Q8. What are the different between the package 1 and package 2?A. Package 1 is aimed for the trainees who reside in Phnom Penh and do not need accommodation andlocal transportation assistance, while package 2 is aimed to provide trainees who reside outside PhnomPenh, especially the provinces with accommodation and transportation assistance during the trainingcourses and their stays in Phnom Penh. Additional charges to package 2 is made to cover such assistance.Q9. If I am from the province, but I prefer to pay for the package 1. Is it possible?A. Yes. However, we are not responsible for the accommodations and local transportation means to-fromyour place to the training venues. But we surely provide transportation means to-from the training venuesto the indicated fields to be visited.Q10. I am interested in the course. However, I prefer to register in advance but pay later on the dayof the training. Is it possible?A. No. All registered trainees are required to pre-pay at best 10 days before the first day of training days.Q11. Upon my registration, can I request to pre-pay 50% or less and pay the full fee on the trainingday?A. Yes. However, please note that pre-paying 50% you will have to pay the full fee even if you pre-pay10 days before the training.Q12. If I have already paid for the training, but the training is canceled. Can I refund?A. Yes. Cancellation will be notified to the registered trainees 2 days prior to the training day, and 100%of payment is refunded. However, if we postpone the training to a later date (not exceed 2 weeks after theprevious set date), then we will keep the rights to keep the payment and hold the training until the revisedset date.Q13. If I have paid for the training, can I refund (with appropriate excuses)?A. No. Refund can be done only when we totally cancel the training program.Q14. I have my staff/people from the province(s) attend the training courses, and we have paidpackage 2 for them to receive accommodations and transportation assistance. Do you have aninsurance on their safety during the stays in Phnom Penh for the training?A. No. All trainees are advised to take care of themselves during the stays in Phnom Penh for the training.However, we provide some assistance for their conveniences and safety as best as we can manage to.Q15. In the training program agenda, there are field visits for practices. Do I have to travel to thefields by my own means?A. No. A mini-bus standbys to provide transportation to all trainees for the indicated field visits.Q16. If I reside in Phnom Penh, and I have paid the package 1. Will you provide me the busservices from my home to the training venue?A. No. Home-venue transportation assistance is only applicable for those who come from the provincesand have paid the package 2.Q17. In case of inquiries, emergency, or any other matters, who should I contact?A. You should call Mr. Hoem Seiha directly at 012699553.
  23. 23. 23RegistrationVisit us at this address:SmallWorld, #17, St. 604,Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, CambodiaContact Person: Mr. Hoem SeihaH/p: (855)12-699-553E-mail: entrepconsulting@gmail.comWebsite: www.entrepconsulting.com

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