The Asmark Institute Agricenter is a 20,080 square foot training facility constructed on a 4.2 acre lot in McLean County. Bloomington, IL was chosen as the site for this training facility because of its centrally-located proximity to the agricultural audience. The Agricenter is located within 4 hours driving time of approximately 80% of the anhydrous ammonia used in production agriculture in the United States.
This unique training complex is home to several Signature training courses including the R. C. Smith Ammonia Technician Course. A first of its kind, this course provides an in-depth learning experience on each of the components used with ammonia and helps participants identify the ''weak links'' in their ammonia system. It serves as the base for the Professional Applicator Training Course, which is a self-contained mobile course offered at more than 36 remote locations around the United States.
Our Bloomington, IL location is also the venue for the annual National Agronomic Environmental Health & Safety School meeting. The Safety School offers quality training for response to incidents involving fertilizer and crop protection chemicals used in the industry.
The Agricenter consists of four meeting rooms with a standard room set-up, each with built-in AV Equipment and computers provided for use.