IACUC Training

Initial Training

The NDSU IACUC requires all personnel using live vertebrate animals for teaching, testing or research to complete training on animal welfare. Documentation of training is verified when a protocol or annual update form is submitted for review.

This requirement applies to all NDSU personnel who plan to work with animals (e.g., principal investigators, co-investigators, barn and animal care personnel, research team members, assistants, or outside collaborators). The training requirement may be satisfied by completing a series of online modules.

Continuing Education

The NDSU IACUC requires all animal care personnel (e.g., principal investigators, co-investigators, barn and animal care personnel, research team members, assistants, or outside collaborators)to maintain current knowledge of animal welfare regulations.

Every three years, personnel will be required to complete a refresher course. The CITI Program will automatically send you reminders when your training is due.

If you have questions about your last training date, please contact the IACUC office at ndsu.iacuc@ndsu.edu.

Online Training

Effective immediately, the IACUC will utilize the CITI Program for online training. The CITI Program will replace the IACUC Core Module.

Click here for INSTRUCTIONS for the CITI Program Online Training, available by clicking below:

CITI Program: https://www.citiprogram.org

Last updated:  January 11, 2014 4:46 PM


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