Minneapolis, MN - Feb. 13 - Registration is now open for four courses from the Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) and Kansas State University (K-State) in February.
These online courses run from March 19 through April 20 and registration closes March 13.
Courses take place completely online, and can be competed at any time over the five weeks of the course.
Participants will learn the purpose of grain aeration, system components and how to develop strategies for aeration system design and fan operational management.
The course covers basic principles of designing and operating grain aeration systems to maintain grain quality during storage.
Lectures identify the main risks of working in the industry, discuss precautions and emphasize the need to learn and follow company and facility safety and health policies.
This course is a great resource for new grain industry workers, but also serves an excellent safety refresher for more experienced employees.
This all-new course discusses the main causes of fires and smolders in upright grain silos as well as ways to prevent and respond to emergencies.
It will give you the tools to develop emergency action plans and interact with first responders.
This course aims to introduce students to key information about powered-transmission design, system design and other affiliated systems used to move and store grain and related commodities.
GEAPS 521, GEAPS 540 and GEAPS 552 count towards credentials from GEAPS and Kanas State University.
For more information on the certification, visit the GEAPS credential website.
Courses cost $700 for GEAPS members and $965 for non-members.
Companies can save up to 20 percent on blocks of registrations with the volume discount program, and lock in the price for three years.