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2021 Dates TBC, Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton Hotel

2-day course

Gain a comprehensive understanding of agrochemical formulation types, regulatory landscape and development processes

Course Overview

ATI’s highly interactive 2-day course explores key scientific and regulatory developments currently influencing agrochemical formulation strategies and will act as a broad introduction to the area.

Through a combination of theory and practical exercises, you will examine current industry trends and navigate EU & US regulatory requirements for compliant formulations. You will assess the advantages and disadvantages of specific formulation strategies from initial development through to manufacturing and application of the final product.

What will you learn?


Formulation
Formulation

Understand how to develop a formulation and provide the supporting data needed for submissions

EU Regulations
EU Regulations

Evaluate the impact of changed EU regulations

Formulation Types
Formulation Types

Get to grips with “newer” formulation types


Formulation Challenges
Formulation Challenges

Assess the driving force behind greener formulations, explore the different forms of biopesticides and assess their challenges to the formulator

Analytical and Test Methods
Analytical and Test Methods

Get an overview of analytical and test methods used to support the stated claims of the formulation

Scale up & Manufacturing
Scale up & Manufacturing

Study key considerations for scale up & manufacturing


Application Types
Application Types

Investigate the various application types and their impact on formulation choice

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to gain a broad overview of trends and procedures in agrochemical formulations including:

  • Those new to agrochemical formulation or wishing to update their knowledge on formulation strategies
  • Those moving into formulation from other areas within agrochemicals
  • Those in other areas of the agrochemical industry such as Regulatory Affairs, Research, Development or
  • Manufacturing who would find knowledge of formulation strategies useful for their role


CPD Certified

Engaging in Continuing Professional Development ensures that both academic and practical qualifications do not become out-dated or obsolete; allowing individuals to continually ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’ themselves, regardless of occupation, age or educational level. This course has been assessed and is CPD certified.