Training - Planned Courses & One Day Workshops

 

FFC and CenTSA

Animal Health and Welfare Seminar

Barford, Warwickshire, Wednesday 29th November 2017

This Seminar, jointly arranged by CEnTSA and Food and Farming Compliance Ltd, will provide an update on current Animal Health and Welfare issues. In particular the Lessons learned from the recent AI disease outbreaks. The new procedure for Slaughterhouse referrals agreed with the FSA, An outline of the new Pork, Beef and Lamb Standards and the role of quality assurance schemes in demonstrating ‘Earned Recognition’, Welfare of Animals at Time of Killing – its application, use and the powers of the LA Inspectors and the importance of intelligence led enforcement in animal health.
It is intended for those officers appointed to Local Authority departments who are responsible for administering and enforcing the provisions of Animal Health and Welfare legislation. The seminar is also relevant to Animal Health and Welfare, Staff of Central Government Departments and Agencies and to the FSA Official Control Personnel. It will also be of importance for the staff of Animal Charities and Quality Assurance Schemes.

FFC - Driver CPD

A One Day Course /  Driver cpc Training Day 

Animal Health and Welfare 

Welfare of Animals (Equines) during Transport

Cirencester, Gloucestershire, Tuesday 12th December 2017

This one day workshop has been arranged by Food and Farming Compliance Ltd. to provide an update and refresher training on the requirement of the laws to protect equines during transport and to provide 7hrs Driver cpc Periodic Training

This workshop will explore and explain the roles and responsibilities of those concerned with transport of equines. 
The course is designed for any person who is responsible for any aspect of the transport of equines. It will be of benefit to experienced owners, trainers’, grooms, horse box drivers, stable lads and attendants as well as for the less experienced as training and guidance. The course is also relevant to all personnel involved in the equine industry. 
IMPORTANT
Prior to the commence of the course drivers must produce a Form of ID,
DT=Digital Tacho Card, PP=Passport, DQC=Driver Qualification Card, please bring your DL=Driving Licence with you.
NB. Old Style Licence must be accompanied by valid ID

FFC

A One Day Workshop

Animal Health and Welfare 

Animal By-Products

Rates of Carcass Decay and the use of Expert Witnesses in Welfare cases - Course

Cirencester, Gloucestershire, Thursday 8th March 2018

This one day workshop has been arranged by Food and Farming Compliance Ltd., to provide an update on the enforcement of offences under the Animal By-Products Regulations in relation to the disposal of animal carcases and the use of expert witnesses in welfare cases. It will also be of importance for the staff of Animal Charities and Quality Assurance Schemes
 
This workshop will explore the rate at which farm animal carcases decay, which will be invaluable for Animal Health Inspectors and Veterinary Officers involved in the investigation of possible offences in relation to the disposal of animal carcases. 
Course members are encouraged to bring with them past cases relating to the disposal of animal carcases for discussion and as a learning aid. It will also outline the use of experts in animal welfare cases and the rules to be followed by the expert and the investigator 
This workshop is designed for any authorised person who is responsible for administering and enforcing the provisions of Animal By-Products Regulations and Animal welfare legislation. The course is also designed for those who give expert evidence in animal health and welfare cases and those who investigate such cases and need to call on experts for evidence.
It will be of benefit to experienced officers and for the less experienced as training and guidance. The course is also relevant to the staff of Central Government Departments and Agencies responsible for any aspect of Animal By-Products / Animal Welfare Enforcement or Policy.  It will also be relevant to Solicitors and Legal Department staff involved with the conduct, care and control of Animal By-Product and Animal welfare cases. 

FFC

Animal Health and Welfare

Stock Assessment: Sheep and Lambing

Malmesbury, Wiltshire, Wednesday 7th March 2018
This practical course on a farm, arranged by Food and Farming Compliance, will provide an in a supervised and safe environment, the opportunity for delegates to learn sheep handling skills and be given a basic understanding of the sheep industry. There will be demonstrations and opportunities to practice the handling of sheep. It will provide details of how to recognise unfit sheep and those that are not fit to be marketed and transported 
It is intended for those officers appointed to Local Authority departments who are responsible for administering and enforcing the provisions of Animal Health and Welfare legislation, in relation to sheep. The course is also relevant to Animal Health and Welfare staff of Central Government Departments and Agencies and to the FSA Official Control Personnel. It will also be of importance for the staff of Animal Charities and Quality Assurance Schemes
HEALTH and SAFETY - Pregnant women are not permitted to attend this course. Pregnant women who come into close contact with sheep during lambing may risk their own health and that of their unborn child from infections that can occur in some ewes.
Course Objectives 
To learn how to distinguish between fit and unfit sheep
To enhance proficiency in sheep handling
To improve confidence via an understanding of sheep production methods
To understand how to condition score and its relevance
To appreciate when to summon a vet
To understand and interpret the Welfare Code: Sheep
To understand the care required for ewes and their new born lambs