Animal Health Australia (AHA) provides education and training that builds the biosecurity response capability of members, which assists them to meet their responsibilities under the Emergency Animal Disease Response Agreement (EADRA). Government and Industry representatives should, where possible, complete an appropriate subscription training program conducted by Animal Health Australia in respect of their responsibilities and the principles of EAD responses.
Through participation in a range of other activities, AHA members can also ensure they have trained personnel to participate in the management of an emergency animal disease (EAD) incident. AHA works closely with key stakeholders to develop, maintain, and review EAD training materials and resources. AHA members involved in EAD and biosecurity preparedness and response training are also provided with professional development opportunities.
AHA has a number of training resources available to company members that will assist them to achieve their training objectives.