The course is the teaching activity that enables a short-term basic professional training based on the needs of complementation and systematic updating of the professionals’ expertise for a better performance of their activities, as well as for their cultural heritage enrichment. The National Center for Animal and Plant Health (CENSA)  organizes courses and trainings for professionals devoted to the Agricultural Sciences  or others interested in learning about topics related to the Animal and Plant Health.

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Annually offered courses

[censa_lists columns=”two”][censa_item title=”Methodology of the Scientific Research. Philosophical thought and advances in technology and knowledge for writing papers, theses and projects (3 credits).” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Project Management. Project Cycle Methodology (PCM). Guidelines for project elaboration, evaluation methods, Project Design Matrix. (2 credits).” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Biostatistics and Experimental Design. Designs of biological and agricultural experiments. Interpretation and analysis of cases: statistical inference, non-parametric statistics, multivariate methods. Use of the statistical packages SAS and InfoStat (4 credits).” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Intellectual Property. Mechanisms and regulations for obtaining Patents, Trade Secret Protection, copyrights and others (2 credits).” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Writing a scientific paper. Theoretical-practical Workshop where students learn how to write and revise a scientific paper. (2 credits).” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][/censa_lists]

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Courses are scheduled on institutional request for groups of 5 or more students.

For graduates from Veterinary and related careers

[censa_lists columns=”three”][censa_item title=”Pharmacology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Toxicology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Epidemiology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Bovine Reproduction” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Clinic” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Pathology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Virology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Bacteriology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Parasitology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Milk Production and Quality” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][/censa_lists]

For graduates from Agronomy, Biology and related careers

Control biológico[censa_lists columns=”three”][censa_item title=”Virology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Micology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Fisiopatology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Entomology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Nematology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Acarology” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Biological Control” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Integrated Pest Management” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][/censa_lists]

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Other courses offered on request, for 5 to 10 students  (2 credits).

[censa_lists columns=”two”][censa_item title=”Quality System and Good Practices for Agricultural Trial Laboratories.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Diagnosis of viral agents of interest to veterinary health.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Mycoplasma diagnosis in animal species of veterinary interest.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Biotechnology tools applied to veterinary medicine.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Veterinary Vaccines. Current trends.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Emerging and reemerging diseases. Prevention, diagnosis and control. Disaster risk reduction on health.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Molecular epidemiology and phylogeny in veterinary medicine.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Diagnosis of bacterial agents of interest to veterinary health.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Milk production and quality.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Toxic plants for cattle.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Molecular diagnosis of animal pathogens.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Advances in Biotechnology in animal health and improvement.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Animal emerging diseases.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Mycoplasma detection in biotechnological products.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Characterization and diagnosis of plant pathogens.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Disease management in crops of economic interest.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”New trends in the study of plant-pathogen interaction for the genetic improvement of crops of economic interest.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Organic agriculture. The Cuban experience.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Microbial biopesticides and their use in biological control.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Population Quantitative Ecology.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Agroecology and Pest Management.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Entomopathogenic nematodes and their introduction into sustainable agriculture.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][censa_item title=”Design of new products from botanical origin for agricultural use.” icon=”fa fa-angle-right”][/censa_lists]

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These courses are practical-theoretical. They give an academic credit for each 48 hours. The teaching staff is composed of high scientific degree doctors (PhD), with national and international recognition.

For further information

Lic. Sandra Cuello Portal, PhD.

Ing. Aleika Iglesia Lozano, PhD.

Phone: 53 47 863677

Courses and trainings
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