EU Function A: Carrying out Procedures on Animals (in English)
(comparable to former FELASA Cat. B)
Basic course in Laboratory Animal Science
February 12-21, 2024
The purpose of this course is to introduce those working in the field of animal research to safe, responsible handling and care of animals used in scientific experiments, while maintaining the highest of standards. It serves to train students and postgraduates who will be conducting animal experiments in their professional roles.
· Animal caretakers and veterinary assistants (with completed training, graduates of animal caretaker schools), individuals with comparable completed training including medical laboratory scientists and biology laboratory technicians
· Bachelor, Master and Magister degree students completing programs in medical and biological fields
· Graduates from a medical or biological academic program
Block course for students and professionals in the field -integrated format
The program consists of 40 course hours which includes 20 hours of theoretical training and 20 hours of practical training.
Participation in the full course is mandatory! If a class is missed, it has to be made up by the participant in the next available course. Please note that prior approval by our faculty is necessary; otherwise, certification will not be issued.
This course is certified by the GV-SOLAS according to FELASA 2015 recommendations.
Members of the Vetmeduni Vienna*:
EUR 1 010.00
Members of other Universities**:
EUR 1 250.00
Independent applicants from industry, business or other:
EUR 1 710.00
*) discount is applied when the course fee is billed to an institute or clinic of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna in the form of an internal service allocation.
**)in case of billing to a University other than the University of Veterinary Medicine;
In any case, the decision on the applicable price category is made on the basis of the recipient of the invoice (= billing address).
Conditions of registration:
This course is specifically designed for people who are actively involved in animal experiments or animal related fields.
A fully completed online registration form is required for registration.
PLEASE NOTE: All course groups are full now. You can still register for the course, but there are currently only waiting list slots available!
After receiving your registration we will contact you by email as soon as your data is processed.
Registration can only be accepted via our online registration form!
Due to the high number of telephone calls we receive, we request your patience until we contact you personally with further details through email.
Date: February 12 - 21, 2024
Location: University of Veterinary Medicine Campus, Vienna.
Participants will be split into two or three groups for the practical training component of the course.
The theoretical part of the course will be held from February 12 - 16, 2024, for all course groups.
Monday 02/12/2024 8h30 a.m. – 14h30 p.m.
Tuesday 02/13/2024 8h30 a.m. – 12h30 p.m.
Wednesday 02/14/2024 8h30 a.m. – 12h45 p.m.
Thursday 02/15/2024 8h15 a.m. – 12h p.m.
Friday 02/16/2024 8h30 a.m. – 11h30 p.m.
Practical training group A:
will be held from Feb 12 to 16, 2024, in the afternoon, directly after the theoretical course.
Practical training group B:
Monday 02/19/2024 8h30 a.m. – 18h30 p.m.
Tuesday 02/20/2024 8h30 a.m. – 18h30 p.m.
Wednesday 02/21/2024 8h30 a.m. – 15h p.m.
Practical training group C:
Usually 3 - 4 weeks after the theoretical part of the course (exact dates will be published at a later point).