This 2-day virtual training course will feature power point presentations, discussions as well as hands-on, practical exercises that demonstrate the principles and concepts of degradation kinetics assessment of active substances of plant protection products and the transformation products of the active substances, as well as the practical application in the EU regulatory process. The virtual training course will cover:
• Various types of degradation kinetic models, data processing and assessment of goodness-of-fit.
• Degradation kinetics assessment of soil and water/sediment studies to derive: (i) persistence endpoints, and (ii) modelling endpoints according to FOCUS and EFSA guidance using current version of CAKE v3.4.
• Normalisation procedures for laboratory and field soil DegT50 /DT50 values to reference conditions.
• Estimations of modelling endpoints from laboratory and field soil DegT50 values according to EFSA guidance.
• Comprehensive course notes and tutorials covering the above topics with many practical exercises and worked examples to assist all participants in the application of degradation kinetics principles, concepts and procedures as outlined in the FOCUS and EFSA guidance in EU regulatory process.
Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th February 2021
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Who should attend?
The course is suitable for environmental modellers, consultants, industry practitioners, regulators, environmental fate study directors as well as regulatory affairs managers involved in environmental exposure assessment and registration in the EU.
To enable all participants to get maximum benefits, the course will comprise power point presentations of the degradation kinetics concepts, principles and procedures outlined in current FOCUS and EFSA guidance as well as practical exercises, worked examples and application of the methodology in EU regulatory practice.
Spaces are limited and will be allocated on first-come, first-served basis, so book today to avoid disappointment!
For more information please see the CEA Degradation Kinetics Training Course Flyer or contact firstname.lastname@example.org .