Ficha resumen

The overall objective of the BTSF Training Programme on EU feed hygiene rules and HACCP auditing is to:

  • Spread knowledge and best practice in order to increase the level of expertise regarding feed safety issues at all stages of production, processing and distribution of feeding stuff, including the on-site inspection of feed business operators.

The training is delivered in two different training courses:

  • Course 1 - EU Legislation on Feed
  • Course 2 - EU Feed Hygiene Rules and HACCP Auditing

Content

The additional objective for the proposed course is to provide knowledge and technical expertise in the field of EU Legislation on Feed to control officials working in the feed sector in the EU Member States and selected non-EU countries, through coverage of the following topics:

  • Topic 1: General overview
  • Topic 2: Feed hygiene
  • Topic 3: Feed ingredients & contamination
  • Topic 4: Application in the feed industry - field visits
  • Topic 5: Feed labelling
  • Topic 6: Feed with specific purposes and borderline products
  • Topic 7: Imports and official controls

Target audience

This training programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the criteria before applying.

  • Candidates must be staff of competent authorities performing official control activities in the feed sector and having field inspection as part of their regular duties.
  • At least 1 year of experience as Competent Authority staff involved in feed control.
  • Participants must commit themselves to disseminate the knowledge received during the seminar among stakeholders in their home institutions/countries.
  • As the seminar will be conducted in English, each nominated candidate must have a good (not basic) working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
TS18 06/12/2022 08/12/2022 Warsaw Poland
TS19 31/01/2023 02/02/2023 Porto Portugal
Ficha resumen

The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on EU LEGISLATION ON FEED are:

  • Objective 1: To spread knowledge and best practice in order to increase the level of expertise regarding feed safety issues at all stages of production, processing and distribution of feeding stuff, including the on-site inspection of feed business operators. 
  • Objective 2: To provide knowledge and technical expertise in the field of Animal Nutrition (EU Legislation on Feed) to control officials working in the feed sector in the EU Member States and selected non-EU countries. 

Content

The course addresses the following topics:

  • Topic 1: General overview 
  • Topic 2: Feed hygiene
  • Topic 3: Feed ingredients & contamination
  • Topic 4: Application in the feed industry: Field Visits
  • Topic 5: Feed labelling
  • Topic 6: Feed with specific purposes and borderline products
  • Topic 7: Imports and official controls

Target audience

This Training Programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the selection criteria before submitting or validating applications.

  • Candidates must be staff of competent authorities performing official control activities in the feed sector. 
  • Participants must commit themselves to disseminate the knowledge received during the seminar among stakeholders in their home institutions/countries. 
  • As the seminar will be conducted in English, each nominated candidate must have a good (not basic) working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
 TS17  07/11/2022  11/11/2022  Valencia  Spain
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BTSF training for National Experts on Feed Hygiene and Animal by-products.

Article 116(4) of Regulation (EU) 2017/625 provides for participation of experts from the Member States (national experts) in Commission controls in Member States and in non-EU countries. National experts accompanying Commission experts are given the same rights of access as the Commission experts.

To ensure a harmonised approach by national experts while assisting Commission experts, the Commission intends to arrange a remote training event on official controls in the area of New Legislation on Animal Health.

The goals of the training are that participants will:

  • Understand their role in a Commission-led audit team in gathering evidence, concluding on its significance and formulating recommendations.
  • Use the experience gained from this course to identify weaknesses and recurring problems in their own Member State and reflect on possible solutions at both Member State and EU level.

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Nutrición animal

El curso está concebido para permitir que los participantes mejoren sus conocimientos y habilidades sobre:

  • Definiciones utilizadas en alimentación para animales: piensos, piensos compuestos, piensos completos, piensos complementarios, piensos minerales y otras definiciones del Reglamento 767/2009, aditivos para piensos, premezclas, auxiliares tecnológicos (Reglamento 1831/2003).
  • Principios generales de la comercialización de piensos: objetivos.
  • Etiquetado y publicidad de las materias primas para piensos y piensos compuestos (Reglamento 767/2009): principios, responsabilidad de etiquetado.
  • Catálogo de materias primas para piensos, materiales restringidos, envases de piensos.
  • Aditivos para piensos: funciones, condiciones de autorización, evaluación (Reglamento 1831/2003)
  • Distinción entre materias primas para piensos, piensos compuestos, piensos complementarios, premezclas, aditivos para piensos y medicamentos veterinarios.
  • Piensos con objetivos nutricionales específicos (Reglamento 767/2009).
  • Alegaciones (Reglamento 767/2009).
  • Pienso medicamentoso (Directiva 90/167).
  • Sustancias indeseables en los piensos (Directiva 2002/32:
    • Definición de sustancias indeseables.
    • Objetivos de la Directiva 2002/32.
    • Principios generales de la Directiva 2002/32 (Vigilancia, medidas de mitigación).
    • Niveles máximos y umbrales de acción.
    • Sustancias y productos regulados: micotoxinas, dioxinas/PCB, toxinas de origen vegetal, etc.
    • Transferencia de coccidiostáticos a piensos a los que no están destinados.

Características

 365 días de acceso
  • Tiempo de dedicación: 8 horas
Online
  • 4 Unidades
  • Auto-gestionado
  • Multimedia
Disponible en:
  • Inglés

Cómo inscribirse

  • Consulte la lista de PCN para obtener más detalles.
  • Si es funcionario/a gubernamental de un Estado miembro de la UE o de un país invitado no perteneciente a la UE, puede presentar su candidatura a los cursos de aprendizaje electrónico disponibles a través del Formulario de solicitud en línea BTSF. En caso de que tenga alguna pregunta sobre los criterios de selección, consulte al Punto de Contacto Nacional pertinente.
  • Si es funcionario/a de las instituciones de la UE y desea participar en un curso de aprendizaje electrónico BTSF Online, escriba a HADEA-BTSF-ACADEMY-SUPPORT@ec.europa.eu desde su buzón oficial (name.surname@ec.europa.eu) para solicitar su inscripción.
  • Para cualquier otra consulta, le rogamos que envíe un correo electrónico a HADEA-BTSF-ACADEMY-SUPPORT@ec.europa.eu y el equipo de BTSF ACADEMY estará encantado de ayudarle.