This training course for veterinary officals was developed by the Ecole Nationale des Services Vétérinaires (ENSV-FVI) within the network of OIE1 Collaborating Centres in cooperation with professors from France’s four veterinary schools, the Ecole Inter-Etats des Sciences et Médecine Vétérinaires de Dakar (EISMV, Senegal), and of the « Centre National de Veille Zoosanitaire » of Tunis, Tunisia (CNVZ).
Experts of the OIE PVS pathway are also involved.
This training course is specifically intented for officials from countries that have committed to the OIE PVS Pathway, performed a PVS Gap Analysis, and defined a strategic plan for strengthening their Veterinary Services.
PROVISIONAL SCHEDULE AND LOCATION:
- January 2021 to november 2021: three-day course monthly
- Late November 2021: one week face-to-face session at ENSV-FVI, Marcy l’Etoile, France
Through various educational methods, the course aims to:
- Promote the implementation of OIE standards and recommendations
- Support good governance of Veterinary Services (exchange of practices and experience)
- Help build the institutional and technical capacities of partner countries
- Enable sharing of experience and practices with regard to OIE & Codex Alimentarius standards and thus enhance mutual understanding
10 modules, three days each (in alignment with OIE PVS Critical Competencies).
Titles of the modules:
- OIE presentation
- Sanitary Standards for international trade
- Quality of Veterinary Services
- Emergency Risk Management
- Risk Analysis
- Epidemiological Surveillance
- Disease Prevention, Control & Eradication
- Veterinary Products and Antimicrobial Resistance
- Aquaculture and aquatic animal health
- Animal Welfare
Extra: two optional modules shall be proposed:
- Food Safety
- Human-Animal-Environment Relationships
Teaching practices will foster peer interaction and the acquisition of professional skills and interactivity.
8,000€ (includes one week session in France) – Need based scholarships are avalaible – Please contact us if you want to apply.
Tuition fees include transportation, accommodation, and meals during the one-week session in Marcy L’Étoile. They do not cover accidental expenses in Lyon, or insurance and visa costs.
Registration form available here
Deadlines for registration:
December, 15 2020
INFORMATION AND GENERAL ORGANIZATION:
Vincent BRIOUDES (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with the support of:
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION:
Applicants must have an advanced degree in veterinary sciences and a minimum of 5 years of relevant professional work experience.
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1World Organization for Animal Health