As part of ATA's commitment to education in the field of safe and humane animal transport, we offer a quarterly webcast series each year.
Recordings of prior webcasts are available for viewing by ATA members.
Fall 2019 series will be release soon. Please check back.
Previous Webcast Recordings Available
27 August 2019
Learn more about CEIV Live Animals and how your organization can benefit
2 webinar sessions were held on August 27 which was hosted by IATA and ATA. Participants from around the globe were introduced to the CEIV Live Animals program which also featured the experience of companies that have completed the certification, such as regulators and freight forwarders.
IATA CEIV link - click here
Audio - click here
Presentation - click here
Next Steps? - click here
13 JUNE 2019
Canadian Food Inspection Agency: Amendment to Part XII: Transport of Animals: Health of Animals Regulations with Michelle Groleau (CFIA/ACIA)
Webinar summary: The reasons, the methodology and the response to the new federal animal transport regulations.
11 MARCH 2019
Animal Transportation after Brexit
- A webinar delivered by Defra and IATA (Special focus on pet travel)
The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Animal Transport Association (ATA) presented an informative webinar focusing on considerations involved for carriers when moving animals – with particular focus on pets (dogs, cats and ferrets)
EU Exit and Animal Transportation - PDF
21 MAY 2018
Are you Ready for GDPR?
Presented by Alice Head and Maury Shenk of Steptoe & Johnson, UK LLP
Sponsored by Aviagen
19 MARCH 2015
Carrying Cats: Considerations for Felines During Transit
Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, MS, Diplomate ABVP Feline, AAFP Board Member, Hospital Director for Chico Hospital for Cats and Cat Hospital of Portland
14 NOVEMBER 2014
IATA LAPB Updates: What You Need to Know
Presented by Bruce Clemmons, IATA LAPB Chairman, ATA Board Member, Manager, Live Animal Desk, FedEx Scheduled Services
21 FEBRUARY 2014