Updating specific knowledge and skills is a must for all professionals
Sometimes legislation changes and/or official controls become stricter, other times the market imposes new requirements and barriers, and in any case consumers are better informed, increasingly demanding and require not only high quality products and services, but also confidence in the companies that provide them.
AENOR offers you a new highly specialised line in training, which provides new learning opportunities for those who want to improve their knowledge, understand and apply new legislative aspects and the requirements necessary to operate nationally and internationally, apply new approaches and stay at the forefront of their profession. These are courses requested by the administration that help organisations to stay up to date.
The workshops will be developed and delivered by various renowned experts, with extensive experience in legislative frameworks and technical aspects involved in each subject, and with a relevant international background.
Our teaching team is or has recently been involved in reference organisations in each sector, including public institutions responsible for the application and official controls of the aspects dealt with in these courses, as well as international associations or committees that have collaborated in defining the new regulatory framework.
Don't miss the opportunity to learn from leading experts in each category, and resolve your queries about the practical aspects necessary to make you stand out as a professional leader in your sector.
Being updated on these new technical and legislative aspects allows professionals to:
Having staff updated on the new aspects of the sector allows companies to:
Food labelling and food safety in the European Union
This course provides an overview of the mandatory standards and requirements established by EU food legislation in relation to food information on products provided to consumers applicable to all EU countries. It explains the requirements of the reference standard, Regulation 1169/2011, describing its structure and the guidelines for its implementation. For this reason, it is aimed at companies producing and/or exporting food to the EU, as well as food industry professionals with relations with the EU.
Legal requirements for information on websites for users from the EU
This course offers an orderly and reasoned view of the legal requirements and best practices with regard to the information that any business with a web presence must display on its websites if they are aimed at Spanish and EU audiences, as well as their responsibilities.
Legal information requirements for e-commerce in the EU
This course offers an orderly and reasoned view of the legal requirements and best practices with regard to the general information that businesses selling online (both on the website and app) must display in their informative and sales channels for the Spanish and EU market in general.
Commercialisation of healthcare products
This course will provide the participant with detailed information on how to import and healthcare products in Spain. The legislative framework in the European Union will be discussed, commenting on the common points in the EU market, but specifically speaking about the requirements of the Spanish market. The course will focus on the steps and certificates required to import, in accordance with current legislation. The course will help participants to start the process of importing healthcare products from non-EU countries.
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