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Movements of Dogs & Cats - Session1

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Event : Movements of Dogs & Cats - Session1
Start Date : 2017-07-04
End Date : 2017-07-07
Organized at : , Malaga, Spain-
Description :

The 3-days training will include a mix of theoretical and practical sessions.

A study visits to Travellers Point of Entry of Tarifa will also be organised in order to give to the participants practical examples of official checks on non-commercial movements of dogs and cats.

Programme:

The training will deal with the following topics:

v The role of the EU-approved rabies serology laboratories;

v EU legislation and controls on trade-in and pet movements within the EU;

v EU legislation on import and on non-commercial movements of dogs and cats from Third Countries;

v The controls at Border Inspection Posts and at Traveller Points of Entry;

v Best practices in communication and cooperation between competent authorities and other stakeholders;

v Best practices in detecting the illegal movements.

Training center & Accommodation:

Sallés Hotel  Málaga Centro ****

Mármoles, 6

29007 · Málaga · Spain

Tel. (+34) 95 207 02 16

hotelmc@salleshotels.com

Objectives:

The training will deal with the following topics:

v The role of the EU-approved rabies serology laboratories;

v EU legislation and controls on trade-in and pet movements within the EU;

v EU legislation on import and on non-commercial movements of dogs and cats from Third Countries;

v The controls at Border Inspection Posts and at Traveller Points of Entry;

v Best practices in communication and cooperation between competent authorities and other stakeholders;

v Best practices in detecting the illegal movements.

Deadline for registration:29/05/2017
Selection procedure:

The training programme is open to participants whose application was received from the BTSF National Contact Points of their country - through the selection process described hereunder.

The profiles of the applicants should respect the following criteria:

  • Be officers from competent authorities designated to have competencies in the design and implementation of the controls on Movements of dogs (import, trade-in or non-commercial movements).

Therefore, Veterinarians working at Border Inspection Posts, at central level and local level are eligible. In addition, customs staff responsible of the controls at the Traveller Points of Entry is also invited.

Moreover, all participants have to:

  • Be in a position to disseminate the knowledge acquired during the training within the national competent authority and/or to private sector operators.
  • Own proficiency in the language of the training.

 

Priority will be given to the applications received before the deadlines, from the countries invited in the session. However, to ensure some flexibility in the application process and ensure that all the seats are filled, candidates from the reserve lists might be accepted in each session.

The National Contact Points are basically requested to:

a)                  consider the number of participants to be supported by the project at each session, according to the information provided by the Project Manager

b)                  select participants complying with the above-mentioned selection criteria and request them to return a registration form[1] fully completed, using the templates provided;

c)                   send the registration forms to the Project Manager (PM) latest by the dates indicated for the relevant training.

 

The Project Manager will verify the compliance of proposed participants with the selection criteria on the basis of the information provided in the registration form and inform the NCP accordingly if the application can be accepted. It is therefore advisable to make sure that CVs accurately reflect the adequacy of the profile of the participants with the selection criteria.



[1] Registration forms must be returned with a clear indication of the session chosen by the participant, even for applications on the reserve list

Information to participants:
Download programme:1496741151_Training programme_BTSF_MODC_S1.pdf
Information to participants not financed:
 

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