The primary goal of the Education Program is to ensure that all personnel involved in the care and use of animals in research, teaching and testing at the University of Manitoba are adequately trained in the principles of laboratory animal science and the ethical use of animals, and that they have the necessary practical skills required to conduct sound, humane research using animals.
The program is divided into two components: didactic and hands-on wet labs.
The didactic component is the Animal User training Course delivered on-line. It is mandatory for all personnel to update themselves in the didactic core components of the training program once every five years.
New personnel must complete the animal user training course (online) before they can begin their animal work. Established personnel who have completed the full course within the past five years may choose one of the following two options:
1) Online Animal User Training Course
• For more information on the Animal User Training Course click on the link below and type in the guest password. This will provide you the opportunity to view the course material in advance. Please note, course material is assigned according to the type of research being conducted. Individuals may not be required to review all of the material provided under their icon.
Userid: UMNetID autp_guest Password: autp2013
2) Animal Users Professional Development: Advancing Ethical Research (by attendance)
• Next Scheduled Seminar:
Date: May 23, 2013
Time: 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Location: 071 Apotex Centre, 750 McDermot Avenue
Wet lab attendance is dependent upon the work being conducted. Sessions are assigned on an individual basis.
Wildlife users have an additional PI-directed component to their training.
Click here for further details: PI-Directed Wildlife Training
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