Congento Course for "Upgrade to Function B"
You are registering for the Congento Course on Modules 9, 10 & 11 according to the EC Common Framework for Education and Training in Laboratory Animal Science, nick-named "Upgrade to Function B".

If you have a personal license for Function A (Persons Carrying Out Procedures in Animals) and you need to request a license for Function B (Persons Designing Procedures and Projects), this course is for you.

The Course will take place at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, on 16-18 December 2019, and will consist of:

16/Dec- Workshop on Experimental Design, by Dr. Manuel Berdoy (University of Oxford, UK)
17/Dec- Lectures on Ethics, 3Rs, Harm-Benefit Assessment, LAS Legislation and Public Outreach (CONGENTO Faculty)
17/Dec to 18/Dec - 4-hour Workshop on Project Design (CONGENTO Faculty), for groups of max. 20 people each.
(Note: Number of workshops held will depend on total number of course attendees. Each applicant will only attend a 4-hour Workshop. Your schedule will be assigned to you at a later stage.)

Seats are limited. We will inform you about your admission status as soon as possible.

COURSE FEE: 100€ (VAT included)

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 6 December 2019; Confirmation of admission: from 9 December 2019

Please, note that only people with a valid license for Function A will be accepted for this course!
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