Education and training in laboratory animal science

Adequate education in the principles of modern Laboratory Animal Science, and species-specific training in the procedures to be used, are prerequisites for good animal welfare. Animals living in harmony with their surroundings will also deliver the most reliable scientific data in an experiment.

The requirements for education and training have changed dramatically over the years, not least due to changes in European legislation, which have triggered changes in Norwegian law. These are described on a separate page.

Courses in Laboratory Animal Science, compendia, films and slide shows, and other teaching materials are described on other pages.

Schoolchildren and students writing projects on the use of animals in research will find more information here and, among other places, in the section on Ethics.
Tours of laboratory animal facilities.

ETPLAS (Education and Training Platform for Laboratory Animal Science) (a flyer can be downloaded here)

ETRIS (Education and Training Resources in In-Vivo Sciences)

InVeST (International Veterinary Simulation in Teaching)

NOVICE (Network of Veterinarians in Continuing Education)

The Annual Veterinary Education Symposium (VetEd)

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