The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on Animal Health Law are:
- the prioritisation and categorisation of listed diseases and listed animals
- the responsibilities for animal health;
- the early detection, notification and reporting of diseases, surveillance, eradication programmes and disease–free status;
- disease awareness, preparedness and control;
- the registration and approval of establishments and transporters, movements and traceability of animals, germinal products and products of animal origin within the Union;
- the entry of animals, germinal products and products of animal origin into the Union and the export of such consingments from the Union;
- non-commercial movements of pet animals in a Member State from another Member State or from a third country or territory;
- the emergency measures to be taken in the event of a disease emergency situation.
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.
- Officials from relevant competent authorities involved in policy making, planning and control at central or regional level, on terrestrial or aquatic animal health, intra-EU trade of terrestrial or aquatic animals and germinal products and imports of live animals, products of animal origin and germinal products
- Field inspectors and border control posts staff involved in such control activities.
Participants must meet the minimum requirements below to ensure they can follow and fully participate:
- Official staff with adequate professional experience, familiar with the Animal Health Law Regulation (EU) 2016/429 and its delegated and implementing acts.
- In a position to provide training to other colleagues and share the experience following their attendance to the training.
- Able to understand and speak English in order to participate actively in the training session.
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