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IAOCPI Announces February Training Workshop

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The International Association of Canine Pest Inspectors (IAOCPI) will be holding the 2014 Annual Training and Re-Certification Workshop, Feb. 20-23, in Ludington, Mich.

| December 3, 2013

The International Association of Canine Pest Inspectors (IAOCPI) will be holding the 2014 Annual Training and Re-Certification Workshop, Feb. 20-23, in Ludington, Mich. This annually held conference fosters learning and growth with hands-on canine training programs.

Who should attend? Teams requiring yearly third party re-certification. Company management and handlers who want to learn how teams work at their most effective and how not to create bad habits with the dog or the handler. New teams and seasoned teams can benefit with new information to help them achieve more professionalism in their inspections and how they present themselves. Member and non-members of the association are welcome to come and learn from industry leaders.

Special rates at the Ludington Best Western have been arranged. For additional information visit IAOCPI.org, and review the attached brochure.
 

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