Welcome to the area dedicated to the online registration of participants in BTSF Online e-Learning Courses under the Better Training for Safer Food initiative.
In this section you can submit your Pre-enrolment application form for the e-Learning Course/s you are interested in, providing some personal data. At the end of this initial step, eligible requests will be validated by the correspondent National Contact Point / Competent Authority.
The BTSF Team proceeds with the enrolment of validated applications on the last working day of each week, by 12:00 CET.
Once enrolled, an email will be sent to the address provided in the form with the credentials (Username and Password) to access the BTSF ACADEMY and instructions to log in.
Please be so kind to wait until the next enrolment date after the reception of the email titled “BTSF ACADEMY - Pre-enrolment Validation” before requesting support for access.
Invited applicants can request more than one e-Learning Course at once. It is recommended to consider the attendance requirements to ensure that 45 days are enough for their completion, before applying for more than one e-Learning Course at a time. The average dedication per Course ranges between 6-9 hours.
The submission of applications is not limited by any deadlines or quotas.
In case of technical problems concerning the functioning of this form, please contact our team for support at: email@example.com
Step 1. BTSF ONLINE APPLICANTS GUIDE
Please read before submitting your application/s
This document contains information about:
Better Training for Safer Food Initiative
BTSF and e-Learning
Training Course Methodology (e-Learning)
Eligibility and how to apply
Conditions of Service
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Better Training for Safer Food is an initiative of the European Commission DG SANTE. This website is funded by the Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency.
This application has been produced under the Service Contract CHAFEA N. 2010 96 12 with the Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency. The content is processed in the means of the Regulation EC 45/2001 of the European Union and Directive 95/46/EC.