Academy for Dairy Executives
Developing Management and Leadership Skills
$750 paid in two installments of $375 each. The first installment is payable upon notification of acceptance into the program, no later than November 10, 2016. The second installment is due by January 1, 2017.
The program fee includes all meals, lodging, parking, meeting rooms, speaker fees, materials, and breaks during the program. The program fee covers the lodging expenses for the night of the first day of the session. Additional nights of stay before or after the program are the responsibility of the participants. Reservations for all lodging will be handled by our office. If double accommodations are desired, please contact us.
The fee does not include expenses associated with traveling to and from the facility, expenses for recreation and entertainment, or other personal incidental expenses.
Class size is targeted at 30 people to maximize the small group interaction and peer-to-peer learning. Applications will be accepted until October 15, 2016. Qualified applicants will be selected in order of receipt of application and notified by October 25, 2016. Guaranteed reservation into the program occurs when the first installment is received.
If for some unforeseen reason you are unable to attend the program, notification of withdrawal from the program must be submitted in writing.
- Notifications after November 15, 2016 but before the Session 1 program begins will qualify for a 75% refund of the first installment to cover housing costs and related expenses of the program that cannot be recovered.
- If cancellation of attending the remaining sessions is received after the Session 1 program is completed there is no refund of the first installment.
- If notified after the Session 2 program is completed that the participant cannot attend the Session 3 program, there is a refund of 25% of the second installment.
- Substitutions may be made up to two weeks before the start of the Session 1 program, subject to the approval of the program directors.
A typical day includes four activities: sessions, individual study, small group discussions, and roundtable discussions with faculty. With the fully packed agenda and the importance of group interaction to the program, participants are expected to spend the entire time at the conference center. Please be prepared to leave your business responsibilities at home. Break time will be built into the program to allow informal interaction with classmates and to respond to any urgent matters at home.
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