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.
|OIE Collaborating Centres|
1World Organization for Animal Health