The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on Course 4: Cross-sectoral training on market controls agri-food, wine, spirit drinks  are:

  • Goal 1: full grasp of the legal framework.
  • Goal 2: perfect command of the organisational aspects of controls.
  • Goal 3: in-depth knowledge of the preliminary steps of the control activity.
  • Goal 4: in-depth knowledge of official controls in the whole chain.
  • Goal 5: full awareness of the importance of correct reporting and communication activities.
  • Goal 6: complete integration of all the information provided in the course.

Content

The course addresses the following topics:

  • Topic 1: Legal framework and protection of GIs/TSGs for the sectors of wine, spirit drinks and agricultural products and foodstuffs 
  • Topic 2: Specificities of control activities in the sectors of wine, spirit drinks and agricultural products and foodstuffs with GIs/TSGs
  • Topic 3: Market controls in physical marketplaces 
  • Topic 4: Market controls in the e-commerce

Target audience

This Training Programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the selection criteria before submitting or validating applications.

  • Staff of competent authorities involved in planning and coordinating market control activities of agri-food, wine or spirit drinks sectors (preferably at central level) and field inspectors involved in the delivery of such controls
  • Staff of delegated control bodies to which specific tasks related to market control activities of the quality schemes in the agri-food, wine or spirit drinks sectors  have been delegated
  • Staff of national accreditation bodies and customs authorities involved in the agri-food, wine or spirit drinks sectors.

Applicants must have a good working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 24/01/2022 28/01/2022
Online

The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on Control of GIs in the wine sector (course 1)  are:

  • Goal 1: full grasp of the legal framework
  • Goal 2: perfect command of the organisational aspects of controls
  • Goal 3: in-depth knowledge of the preliminary steps of the control activity
  • Goal 4: in-depth knowledge of official controls in the whole chain
  • Goal 5: full awareness of the importance of correct reporting and communication activities
  • Goal 6: complete integration of all the information provided in the course

Content

The course addresses the following topics:

  • Topic 1: PDO/PGI for wines in the context of EU quality policy and regulatory framework overview
  • Topic 2: Control systems related to PDO/PGI for wines
  • Topic 3: Planning and organisation of control activity on PDO/PGI wines 
  • Topic 4: Official Controls on PDO/PGI wines 
  • Topic 5: Communication and reporting related to official controls on PDO/PGI wines
  • Topic 6: Integration activities

Target audience

This Training Programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the selection criteria before submitting or validating applications.

  • Staff of competent authorities involved in planning and coordinating control activities of the wine sector (preferably at central level) and field inspectors involved in the delivery of such controls
  • Staff of delegated control bodies to which specific tasks related to GI control activities of the quality schemes in the wine sector have been delegated
  • Staff of national accreditation bodies and customs authorities involved in the wine GI sector

Applicants must have a good working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 15/11/2021 19/11/2021
Online

The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on Control of PDO/PGI/TSG in the field of agricultural products and foodstuffs are:

  • Goal 1: full grasp of the legal framework.
  • Goal 2: perfect command of the organisational aspects of controls.
  • Goal 3: in-depth knowledge of the preliminary steps of the control activity.
  • Goal 4: in-depth knowledge of official controls in the whole chain.
  • Goal 5: full awareness of the importance of correct reporting and communication activities.
  • Goal 6: complete integration of all the information provided in the course.

Content

The course addresses the following topics:

  • Topic 1: PDO/PGI/TSG for agricultural products and foodstuffs in the context of EU quality policy and regulatory framework overview 
  • Topic 2: Control systems related to PDO/PGI/TSG for agricultural products and foodstuff 
  • Topic 3: Planning and organisation of control activity on PDO/PGI/TSG products 
  • Topic 4: Official controls on PDO/PGI/TSG agricultural products and foodstuffs 
  • Topic 5: Communication and reporting related to official controls on PDO/PGI/TSG agricultural products and foodstuffs 
  • Topic 6: Integration activities 

Target audience

This Training Programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the selection criteria before submitting or validating applications.

  • Staff of competent authorities involved in planning and coordinating GI/TSG control activities of the agri-food sector (preferably at central level) and field inspectors involved in the delivery of such controls
  • Staff of delegated control bodies to which specific tasks related to GI control activities of the quality schemes in the agri-food sector have been delegated 
  • Staff of national accreditation bodies and customs authorities involved in the agri-food GI sector

Applicants must have a good working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 29/11/2021 03/12/2021
Online

The overall objectives of the BTSF Training Programme/Course on Course 2: Control of GIs in the spirit drinks sector are:

  • Goal 1: full grasp of the legal framework
  • Goal 2: perfect command of the organisational aspects of controls
  • Goal 3: in-depth knowledge of the preliminary steps of the control activity
  • Goal 4: in-depth knowledge of official controls in the whole chain
  • Goal 5: full awareness of the importance of correct reporting and communication activities
  • Goal 6: complete integration of all the information provided in the course

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Content

The course addresses the following topics:

  • Topic 1: GIs for spirit drinks in the context of EU quality policy and regulatory framework overview 
  • Topic 2: Control systems related to GIs for spirit drinks 
  • Topic 3: Planning and organisation of official control activity on GIs for spirit drinks 
  • Topic 4: Official controls on GIs for spirit drinks
  • Topic 5: Communication and reporting related to official controls on GIs for spirit drinks 
  • Topic 6: Integration activities .

Target audience

This Training Programme has been designed for the profiles and positions described below. Please verify compliance with the selection criteria before submitting or validating applications.

  • Staff of competent authorities involved in planning and coordinating control activities of spirit drinks sector (preferably at central level) and field inspectors involved in the delivery of such controls
  • Staff of delegated control bodies to which specific tasks related to GI control activities in the spirit drinks sector have been delegated
  • Staff of national accreditation bodies and customs authorities involved in the spirit drinks GI sector

Applicants must have a good working level of English.

Calendar and locations

Session Start Date End Date City Country
1 11/10/2021 15/10/2021
Online
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