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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Veterinary Services (VS) training is highly specialized in the areas of animal health, import and export, domestic and foreign disease diagnosis and management, emergency response, epidemiology, and VS information systems. The training team uses classroom-based, blended, and virtual delivery to provide training for VS employees as well as VS partners and stakeholders from industry, state, and federal organizations.
Learning and Development Opportunities
Open To All: Anyone may apply to attend this course. Attendance may be limited by the physical classroom or virtual platform capacity limitations.
Prioritized: Anyone within the target audience may apply for consideration. Business unit leaders or district leaders will make the final selection, which is based on the experience and need for the training.
Pre-Selected: Reserved for a specific audience (e.g., VS Incident Management Teams members)