EFAT believes that the learning outcomes listed in the Institute of Animal Technology (IAT) Level 2 Diploma in Laboratory Animal Science and Technology Syllabus satisfies the requirements under Article 23 of Directive 2010/63/EU Competence of personnel, as stated:
2. The staff shall be adequately educated and trained before they perform any of the following functions: (c) taking care of animals; or (d) killing animals, plus the associated Education and Training Framework for EU Function Group C Modules for Animal Carers see:
Therefore, EFAT has a strong partnership with the Institute of Animal Technology and it’s Board of Education.
More information about IAT Education can be found here: https://iateducation.co.uk/
At the FELASA Congress held in Marseille in 2022, the Chair of the IAT Board of Educational Policy gave a presentation entitled:
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