WVEPAH, in collaboration with the Université de Montréal (UdeM FMV), is authorized by the World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH-OIE) to train and certify experts in Production Animal Health: Aviculture, Aquaculture, Swine
and Laboratory Animals. In view of the Poultry branch’s success, WVEPAH, in agreement with its partners, is launching the Aquaculture and Swine branches. Below you can find more details about the WVEPAH activity and what is planned regarding the Swine Production field.
WVEPAH has developed a combined offer of courses that can be adapted to suit as many people as possible, enabling you to benefit from each of the teaching methods at your disposal.
Swine Production courses (Module I and II) are offered in a hybrid format. The Online part increased flexibility and allows reduced costs. Everyone can follow the prerecorded conferences at their own pace. On the other hand, the residential part enhances practical work, autopsies, industry visits and exchanges between colleagues and Course Masters. The advantages often continue through the links that remain after the end of the course.
The residential portion of the course lasts for one week (5 working days), takes place at the facilities of our partner university, and is given in English.
The Course Masters are internationally recognized in a range of aquatic animal health and production fields.
Participants who have undertaken the Module I course, a Module II course, and have submitted their 25 clinical case analyses are eligible for the postgraduate Professional Certificate in Animal Health: Swine production, issued by the Université de Montréal
, with the ‘regulation’ part validated by the World Organization for Animal Health.