26th Beet Sugar Agriculture SchoolMonday, July 20 - Friday, July 24, 2020 CANCELED
Beet Sugar Agriculture School
The purpose of the school is to provide to its students the basics of sugar beet production, as well as the latest technology and practices. The course will concentrate on, but not be exclusive to, that area of the country in which it is being held in any year. The school should increase the knowledge and heighten the awareness of its students to circumstances they may encounter in the area of sugar beet production.
There are no educational requirements for students. However, the courses will be taught at a college level. Course materials will be made available for student study and for future information.
Students are enrolled on the proposal of Regular or Associate Member Companies of the Beet Sugar Development Foundation. The BSDF Executive Vice President approves attendance of non-member company students on the following basis: space availability and tuition surcharge of $400 per student
Prospective students will submit filled-out enrollment forms provided by the Foundation (see attached) and these forms must be submitted to the BSDF office prior to April 24, 2020.
Unless other advance arrangements are made with the BSDF by the student and his/her company, all students will be housed at TBD. (Room reservations will be made by the Beet Sugar Development Foundation for each student attending classes). Classes will also be held at TBD. Registration will be on Monday June 20th, at 7:00 A.M. at TBD.
Lunch and dinner will be provided on Wednesday, July 22nd. Companies should provide students with an expense account for meals, other than the above. Reasonable meals are available near the hotel, with both franchised and local eating establishments for a variety of tastes. Please do not make any travel arrangements on Friday, July 24th, before 2:00pm.
Based on a total of 25 students, the cost per student will be $1700 single occupancy for five hotel nights. The price will be adjusted for additional hotel nights and if the class size varies significantly from the estimated 25 students. This, of course, does not included meals (other than those stated above) and transportation.
The instructors will be paid transportation costs, cost of food and lodging while they are in residence and a daily stipend.
General Plan of Courses
The course will concentrate on sugarbeet seed production and processing. Appropriate reference materials will be provided.
Auditors will not be permitted in the classes, other than school officials, instructors and executives of Member and Associate Member Companies of BSDF. Credits are offered from CEU.
Executive Vice President