Deep Corporate Discounts Available for Spring Courses
Discount Offer Ends December 31
Courses to be offered on-line for continuing education credit in the Spring 2008 include "Business Basics for the Equine Business" and "Sales in the Equine Industry," offered earlier this year.
"Business Basics for the Equine Business" provides instruction in the basics of managing businesses that provide products or services to the equine industry. Students will be introduced to managerial decision-making and analysis in an equine environment, and develop skills that facilitate application of management principles to realistic business situations. A basic knowledge of excel spreadsheets will be required.
The student will select an actual or hypothetical equine related business as the subject for their course projects and develop the following for that business:
· Balance Sheet
· Income Statement
· Partial Budgets
· Cash Flow Budgets
· Capital Asset Schedule
· Schedule of Insurance Coverage
· Human Resource Plan
"Sales in the Equine Industry" focuses on professional sales techniques in the equine environment. Students will develop sales skills through application of sales principles and realistic selling situations.
Course fees are $595 per person through December 31, and $695 per person thereafter. Corporate groups of five or more individuals may register for $495 per person through December 31, as well, but most contact instructor Clark Springfield to receive the discount. The courses can be taken for continuing education credit and each course can be taken individually or as a part of a certification program. Upon successful completion of all five Equine Entrepreneurship courses, the participant will be awarded a Certificate in Equine Entrepreneurship from
"We are expecting a strong enrollment this spring," said Clark Springfield, course instructor. "We strongly urge interested persons to register as early as possible, not just to receive the discount, but to ensure their place in the classes."
For additional course information and to enroll visit http://agonline.tamu.edu/equine, or contact Clark Springfield, Equine Entrepreneurship Program Coordinator, at email@example.com, or call (979) 845-3805. As a reminder, groups of five or more should not enroll on line, but should contact Clark
You may also enroll as an individual for these courses.