Lattanzio KIBS collaborates with the World Organization for Animal Health in the development of e-learning courses on the responsible use of antimicrobial agents on terrestrial and aquatic animals

The World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH), an intergovernmental organization responsible for improving animal health and welfare worldwide, commissioned Lattanzio KIBS to develop five e-learning modules on the prudent use of antimicrobial agents on terrestrial and aquatic animals.

WOAH has implemented a global online education portal where training can be received on Veterinary Services (VS) topics. These courses are based on a Competency-based Training Framework (CBTF), a framework structured around 16 Competency Packages aimed at developing courses to strengthen the implementation of WOAH standards.

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Lattanzio KIBS, is tasked with developing five e-learning educational modules regarding the responsible use of antimicrobials in terrestrial and aquatic animals, in accordance with WOAH standards and guidelines.  These modules are designed to be included in Competency Package 8 on the "informed use of veterinary products."

Lattanzio KIBS is required to identify the necessary pre-requisites that the different targets of the course must have for its attendance and assess their eligibility for participation through an entrance test. The course, in French, Spanish and Portuguese languages, is based on an innovative learning methodology that includes various media such as videos, images, animations and interactions.

Project Impact

The project ensures that course attendees benefit from adequate, high-quality and timely training. The implementation of an entrance test and assessment of the necessary prerequisites ensure access to specialized and targeted training to meet the needs of the target audience. Finally, the course allows for a significant increase in the distance learning offerings provided by the Organization.