Coming Events

Food Additives, Flavouring & Enzymes - Course 2, Session 2

Krakow, Poland

03-07-2017

07-07-2017

Movements of Dogs & Cats - Session1

Malaga, Spain

04-07-2017

07-07-2017

PAE Session 8

Ede-Wageningen, The Netherlands

10-07-2017

13-07-2017

Food Additives, Flavouring & Enzymes - Course 2, Session 3

Krakow, Poland

18-09-2017

22-09-2017

Food Additives, Flavouring & Enzymes - Course 2, Session 4

Frankfort, Germany

02-10-2017

06-10-2017

PAE Session 9

Montpellier, France

03-10-2017

06-10-2017

Movements of Dogs & Cats - Session 2

London, United Kingdom

07-11-2017

10-11-2017

Movements of Dogs & Cats - Session 3

Malaga, Spain

12-12-2017

15-12-2017

PAE Session 10

Montpellier, France

10-04-2018

13-04-2018

PAE - Session 11

Ede-Wageningen, The Netherlands

10-07-2018

13-07-2018

BTSF Presentation

Better Training for Safer Food

BTSF

Better Training for Safer Food is a Commission- DG Health and Consumers training initiative covering food and feed law, animal health and welfare and plant health rules. It trains Member State, candidate country national authority staff involved in official controls in these areas as well as private sector competent staff.

In the framework of the programme, AETS is leading seven training and technical assistance projects on EU food standard for third countries, health prevention and control of aquaculture animals, food hygiene and controls, RASFF-Traces, additives use and controls, food testing, and Support to Union Control.

These projects are conducted in partnership with AINIA, AENOR, AESA, JVL, FVI.

 

Agriconsulting Europe (AESA) is leading three training and technical assistance projects on Food of Non Animal Origin (FNAO), TRACES EU and Emerging Animal Disease.

These projects are conducted in partnership with AINIA, VWA, AETS and AENOR.

Asociación Española de Normalización y Certificación (AENOR) is leading one training project on Audits of Systems and Internal Auditing.

This project is conducted in partnership with VWA, FVI, AETS and AINIA.

France Vétérinaire International (FVI) is leading one training project on Veterinary Medecine Residues.

This project is conducted in partnership with AETS, AENOR and USKVBL

In addition, AETS and FVI are associated with IZS Teramo (Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’ Abruzo e del Molise) to develop modules for eleaning solutions under Better Training for Safer Food.

AETS consortium