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ATI Certification Program

Develop key skills to support growth in the agrochemical industry with ATI

About the Certification Program

ATI develop and deliver learning programs, both online and classroom-based to provide professionals in the agrochemical industry with the knowledge necessary for their business growth. That's why we are introducing the ATI Certification Program, giving you the opportunity to expand your credentials while you develop your skillset. Earners of these certificates can demonstrate, to partners and peers, their ability to develop alongside regulatory and technological advancements in the industry.

What are the benefits of the certification program?


A digital certificate shareable on social media
A digital certificate shareable on social media
Skill recognition by the industry
Skill recognition by the industry
A printable certificate
A printable certificate

A logo that can be added to your resume
A logo that can be added to your resume
Elevate your knowledge and professional status
Elevate your knowledge and professional status

Global Submissions for Agrochemicals Certificate


Requirements
Requirements

On completion of this learning credential, the individual has a competent understanding of how to compile a single global data package under OECD guidelines to be used for submissions of plant protection products in multiple countries. This is for professionals working in the agrochemical industry.

The holder of this badge has a solid understanding of the OECD procedures for regulatory submissions. They will have a best practice approach for confidently compiling a harmonised data package for multiple submissions. The Individual will have the knowledge to cooperate with global partners using the OECD submission model.

  • Complete all eight modules of the online course
  • Pass all eight quizzes/knowledge checks
Skills Obtained
Skills Obtained

Obtaining the Global Submissions for Agrochemicals certificate will demonstrate that attendees have taken part in the full course, developing knowledge on the following skills:


  • Market strategy
  • Agrochemical regulatory knowledge
  • Dossier submission
  • Documentation management