During the first class, basic knowledge about the specific security and biosecurity measures that must be put in place at slaughterhouse, included the use of the personal protective equipment (helmet, boots, coat) is given. Practical activities in the computer classroom: basic knowledge on Application of Official controls procedures in food production and processing plants (monitoring, surveillance, verification, inspection, sampling, audit). Risk categorization of food production and processing plants. Practical activities on poultry and rabbit slaughterhouses: basic knowledge on Structural, operational and hygiene requirements of poultry, lagomorphs and wild game slaughterhouses. Transport of poultry, lagomorphs and wild game to the slaughterhouse including implementation of Animal Welfare practices (discharge, lairage, stunning and bleeding methods). Ante-mortem and post-mortem visit; slaughtering procedures of poultry, lagomorphs and wild game; marking and health certification. The exam is an oral test that comprises 1 or 2 questions. The exam is an oral test that comprises the verification of the acquisition of the Day One competences related to ant-mortem (1.34) and post mortem inspection (1.35) and a practical part on post mortem inspection on viscera of different animal species and a theoretical test (3 or 4 questions).