Schnellwarnsystem für Lebensmittel und Futtermittel

Der E-Learning Kurs zielt darauf ab, das Fachwissen und die Fähigkeiten der Teilnehmer zu verbessern in Bezug auf diefolgenden Themen:

  • EU-Schnellwarnsystem für Lebens- und Futtermittel (rezente Entwicklungen und Aspekte des Lebensmittelrechts, der Lebensmittelhygiene, der Lebensmittelkontrollvorschriften und andere einschlägigeRechtsvorschriften).
  • Anforderungen für den Aufbau eines RASFF-Netzwerkes in einem Land, einschließlich des erforderlichenNiveaus der Lebens- und Futtermittelkontrollen.
  • Organisationsstruktur der zuständigen Behörden.
  • Rechtsgrundlage und Kommunikationsbedarf.
  • Anforderungen für die Einrichtung eines regionalen Netzes von Ländern, die Schnellwarnungen überLebensmittel und Futtermittel austauschen, einschließlich der Möglichkeit Informationen, erforderlicheRechtsgrundlage für das System, Transparenz und Geheimhaltungsvorschriften auszutauschen sowie die Folgemeldung.

Kursbeschreibung

365 Tage Zugang
  • Durchschnittliche Dauer: 8 Stunden
Online
  • 6 Einheiten
  • Selbststudium
  • Multimedia
Verfügbar auf:
  • Englisch

Registrierung

The objective of the training is to continue cooperation activities on information management systems at international level with a view to further raise awareness and contribute to a better understanding and more efficient use of existing EU SPS information management systems by the competent authorities and other stakeholders in non-EU countries. It will also aim to facilitate their integration as active users in these systems and in the specific case of the TRACES system, support them in adapting it, in accordance with the principles used at EU level by this system, for the exchange of information both inside the country and between countries located in the same geographical region.

Target audience

  • Officers of the National Competent Authority.
  • Government Ministries and Inspection services.
  • Be involved in the certification process for goods exported to the EU.
  • Be involved in the certification process for goods traded at regional level between non-EU countries.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 05/02/2019 08/02/2019 Lilongwe Malawi
2 26/03/2019 29/03/2019 Bangkok Thailand
3 07/05/2019 10/05/2019 Kiev Ukraine
4 17/06/2019 20/06/2019 Beirut Lebanon
5 09/09/2019 12/09/2019 Dakar Senegal
6 01/10/2019 04/10/2019 San Jose Costa Rica
7 05/11/2019 08/11/2019 La Paz Bolivia
8 03/12/2019 06/12/2019 Bangalore India
9 28/01/2020 31/01/2020 Kigali Rwanda
10 03/03/2020 06/03/2020 Libreville Gabon
11 07/04/2020 10/04/2020 Noumea New Caledonia
12 28/02/2022 03/03/2022 Online Online - Mexico

The objective of the BTSF training activities on TRACES in Member States is to digitise the entire certification process and linked procedures, and is in line with the declaration of the Digital Agenda for Europe. The objective of the training courses is to train experts, to expand their theoretical knowledge and practical skills, and to reach a common understanding of the EU legislation. They aim at contributing to the better respect of the EU Food and Feed law in EU Member States and non-EU Countries exporting to the EU, and at increasing the awareness in neighbouring non-EU Countries on the EU approach on food and feed hygiene, animal health, animal welfare, plant health and official controls.

The project is articulated in 5 courses for a total of 16 three-day training sessions on the “Use of the EU Trade Control And Expert System (TRACES)”:

  • Course 1. TRACES use at import of live animals and products of animal origin: 4 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 2. TRACES use at import of products of plant origin: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 3. TRACES use at import of live plants: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 4. TRACES use at import of organic products: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 5. TRACES use in intra-EU trade of live animals: 3 three-day training sessions.

Content

The specific objectives of the course are:

  • To train staff involved in official control activities so as to keep them up-to-date with the use of the EU Trade Control and Expert System (TRACES).
  • Thereby, the programme will aim at ensuring a harmonised use of TRACES, taking into account the latest updates available. As TRACES is an IT tool in continuous development, the programme will also be flexible and able to adapt its contents to the new upcoming possibilities of the system. Both the private and the public sector will benefit from a more harmonised use of TRACES and a deeper knowledge on the system by staff responsible for the official controls: better cooperation with customs, statistical data available, reduction of administrative work, faster clearance of the consignment at the border, etc.

Target audience

The profiles of the applicants should respect the following criteria:

  • Be officers of the National Competent Authority, relevant Government Ministries or Inspection services involved (or that may be potentially involved) in the use of the TRACES application at:
    • Course 1: BIP level.
    • Course 2: DPE level.
    • Course 3: Inspection Post.
    • Course 4: BIP and DPE level.
    • Course 5: LVU level.
  • Be involved in the drafting or adaptation of policies and Regulations in line with Regulation (EC) 882/2004, and related to the use of TRACES.
  • Be familiar with the principles of the organic farming scheme (for course 4).
  • Be compromised to disseminate the learning’s of the training once they finalize the training session.
  • Be proficient in the language of the training (English/French according to the session).

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 16/07/2019 19/07/2019 Riga Latvia
2 14/10/2019 17/10/2019 Athens Greece
3 12/11/2019 15/11/2019 Riga Latvia
4 03/12/2019 06/12/2019 Athens Greece

The objective of the BTSF training activities on TRACES in MS - Intra-EU trade of live animals and products of animal origin is to digitise the entire certification process and linked procedures, and is in line with the declaration of the Digital Agenda for Europe. The objective of the training courses is to train experts, to expand their theoretical knowledge and practical skills, and to reach a common understanding of the EU legislation. They aim at contributing to the better respect of the EU Food and Feed law in EU Member States and non-EU Countries exporting to the EU, and at increasing the awareness in neighbouring non-EU Countries on the EU approach on food and feed hygiene, animal health, animal welfare, plant health and official controls.

The project is articulated in 5 courses for a total of 16 three-day training sessions on the “Use of the EU Trade Control And Expert System (TRACES)”:

  • Course 1. TRACES use at import of live animals and products of animal origin: 4 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 2. TRACES use at import of products of plant origin: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 3. TRACES use at import of live plants: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 4. TRACES use at import of organic products: 3 three-day training sessions.
  • Course 5. TRACES use in intra-EU trade of live animals: 3 three-day training sessions.

Content

The specific objectives of the course are:

  • To train staff involved in official control activities so as to keep them up-to-date with the use of the EU Trade Control and Expert System (TRACES).
  • Thereby, the programme will aim at ensuring a harmonised use of TRACES, taking into account the latest updates available. As TRACES is an IT tool in continuous development, the programme will also be flexible and able to adapt its contents to the new upcoming possibilities of the system. Both the private and the public sector will benefit from a more harmonised use of TRACES and a deeper knowledge on the system by staff responsible for the official controls: better cooperation with customs, statistical data available, reduction of administrative work, faster clearance of the consignment at the border, etc.

Target audience

The profiles of the applicants should respect the following criteria:

  • Be officers of the National Competent Authority, relevant Government Ministries or Inspection services involved (or that may be potentially involved) in the use of the TRACES application at:
    • Course 1: BIP level.
    • Course 2: DPE level.
    • Course 3: Inspection Post.
    • Course 4: BIP and DPE level.
    • Course 5: LVU level.
  • Be involved in the drafting or adaptation of policies and Regulations in line with Regulation (EC) 882/2004, and related to the use of TRACES.
  • Be familiar with the principles of the organic farming scheme (for course 4).
  • Be compromised to disseminate the learning’s of the training once they finalize the training session.
  • Be proficient in the language of the training (English/French according to the session).

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1E 04/04/2022 08/04/2022 VC Online
5C 02/05/2022 07/05/2022 VC Online
5A 20/06/2022 24/06/2022 TBC TBC
1F 07/11/2022 11/11/2022 TBC TBC