This 9th session will take place in Paris (France).
The 3-days training will include a mix of theoretical and practical sessions. A study visits to the Border Inspection of Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport will also be organised in order to give to the participants practical examples of official checks on non-commercial movements of dogs and cats.
This project intends to cover the controls on import, trade-in and non-commercial movements of dogs and cats from non-EU Countries and within EU.
The training content will cover: the role of the EU-approved rabies serology laboratories, EU legislation and controls on trade-in and pet movements within the EU, EU legislation on import and on non-commercial movements of dogs and cats from non-EU Countries, the controls at Border Inspection Posts and at Traveller Points of Entry, best practices in communication and cooperation between competent authorities and other stakeholders, best practices in detecting the illegal movements.
The current legislation (EU576/2013) for non-commercial movements of pet animals will continue until 21st April 2026 when it will be incorporated into EU Regulation 2016/429, the ‘Animal Health Law’. Directive 91/496 on veterinary checks from third countries and Directive 92/65 on the health requirements governing trade in and imports will be repealed by EU 2017/625 the Official Controls Regulation. This will be mentioned so that delegates are aware of the impending changes.
The selection criteria for participants are:
Deadline for registration : 12th July 2019
Training center & accommodation :
Participants will be accommodated at the Courtyard by Marriott Paris Roissy Charles Hotel****.
The Courtyard by Marriott Paris Roissy Charles Hotel is located near Charles de Gaulle airport. This proximity will highly reduce the waiting time of the participants for transfers and of travel for the study visit.
The hotel is newly refurbished offering modern rooms with air-conditioning, flat-screen television, hairdryer, ironing facilities, mini fridge and laptop bedroom safes as standard