Botanicals Risk assessment training in the Mediterranean Area – BRAMA

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June – September 2015

Rome, Aqaba, Tunis, Egypt,  all courses will be available as distance learning.

Organised by Hylobates Consulting (IT) in cooperation with the University of Ioannina (GR),
Ben-Hayyan Laboratories of Aqaba (Jordan), NRC (Egypt) and (The University of Wageningen (NL).

Activity: 4 modules of 3 days each, from Monday to Wednesday

Objectives: this training course is organised within the framework of the project BRAMA (Botanicals Risk assessment training in the Mediterranean Area) co-financed by the EU through the ENPI CBC MED Programme. The training is targeted for young technicians working in SMEs/industry and inspectors/officials of regulatory authorities in the field of botanicals or food supplements with botanicals ingredients.The overall objective of the Course is to provide participants with the knowledge and the skills required for working in a professional manner in an international environment, in line with recent developments in their scope and nature.

Participants: 20 for all modules and no restrictions as distance learning or for single modules.

Read the training announcement here.

Submission deadline: 5 June, 2015

Applicants must fill in the application form and attach their CV.

Application form – DOWNLOAD

Tuition fee: covered by the project; for single modules registration, subsistence should be covered by participants

For more information, please contact:

 Hylobates Consulting S.r.l

Via Tarsia 61 – 00135 Roma

[email protected]

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