National Artificial Insemination Centre (NAIC) offer short course on artificial insemination in cattle.
- Applicant shall have a minimum qualification of Secondary School Education with passes in science subjects.
- It is one month (30 days) course.
The course cover the following areas of professional practice.
- Anatomy of the animal reproductive tract and pelvic, the relationship between the reproductive tract, urinary tract and gastrointestinal tract.
- Description of semen collection, processing and freezing.
- Methods of heat detection and the correct time of insemination.
- Insemination technique on live animals and practical difficulties and the response to them.
- Contra-indication of artificial insemination.
- Animal breeding management and handling for insemination
- The principles and practice of hygiene and the prevention of spread of diseases.
- Storing, handling semen and its preparation for use.
- Method of pregnant diagnosis in Cattle
- Care and cleaning of all equipment.
- Health and safety including the usual hazard of handling animal, health risks to manzoonoses, fractious animals, handling liquid nitrogen, exploding straws and all health precautions.
- Animal welfare issues.
Grandaunts of the course will have theoretical and practical knowledge and skill on Artificial Insemination in cattle.
- Coordinator of Training.
- Assistant coordinator of Training
Florida. V. Shayo