Beaphar S Training Gains Amtra Accreditation


Beaphar’s training gains AMTRA accreditation
18th April 2017

By Karen Pickwick

Beaphar’s professional online training has been accredited by AMTRA.

The Suffolk-based business has a team of professionals and a dedicated training officer who say they take pride in being at the forefront of developing and providing professional pet healthcare training to retailers. Over the years this training has adapted to customers’ needs and Beaphar’s professional training modules now offer up to 18 Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points.

This AMTRA-accredited training is available to all Beaphar customers.

“With an in-depth knowledge of pet healthcare and requirements you can increase your in-store sales by ensuring your customers are receiving the correct products, information and advice for all their pet’s needs,” said Samantha Griffiths, Beaphar’s training officer.

CPD points are available, with new modules being added regularly. Workshops can be organised on request, led by Beaphar’s sales executives or training officer.

“I am thrilled that we can now offer retailers AMTRA-accredited training, which is perfect for SQP’s and those wishing to strengthen their product and industry knowledge,” said Samantha. “We regularly review and update our training modules and we encourage our customers to take advantage of this free service.”

Beaphar provides an online training platform, where customers can log in to the Trade Zone via, access the professional training modules and take the test. Results are instant and a downloadable certificate can be printed off to put up in-store. CPD points are issued by AMTRA following formal notification.

Beaphar Training Modules include:
• Flea & Tick Control & Prevention 

• Worm Control & Prevention 

• Dental Care 

• Joint Care 

• Cat and Dog Behaviour.


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