General info

Trade Stands

Trade stands will be available at the 11th EEHNC, please contact the registration desk for more information and sponsor opportunities.

Language

The official language at the congress is English.

Climate

11th EEHNC: The climate in Belgium is coastal and therefore variable. The temperature in March will be around 10°C but may vary a lot.

Passport & Visa

For the 11th EEHNC valid passports are required for entry into Belgium. Participants should check with their agents whether they would require a visa for travel to Belgium. If so they are advised to apply to the nearest Belgium Embassy or Consulate at least two months before the intended day of travel.

Insurance

Liabilities for personal injuries, losses or damages to personal belongings remain the responsibility of the individual. The organizers are also not responsible for delays or any modification in the programme due to unforeseen circumstances. Please check the validity of your personal insurance.

Credit points for continuing education (nl/be)

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The full 10th EEHNC programme has been awarded with a total of 15 credit points for continuing education. The full 25th of March and 26th of March programme are accredited with 4 points each. Each of the three follow-up sessions in 2021 and 2022 are awarded with 2,5 points each. (Equine; PE-veterinair)

A request for credit points for the 11th EEHNC will be done. Information about the number of awarded credit points will be published here due time.

Orde der Dierenartsen

The third follow-up session of the 10th EEHNC has received the following course number from the Orde der Dierenartsen: EBP/N/2022/0212

Information regarding the 11th EEHNC will follow due time.

ARPAS

We are very grateful that one of the delegates has arranged that the 2nd and 3rd follow-up webinar has been listed as allowable continuing education credits by The American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists, ARPAS.  Both webinars were approved for a total of 3 credits each. ARPAS is the organization which provides certification of animal scientists through examination, continuing education, and commitment to a code of ethics.