APHIS Online (AOL) is DAERA’s celebrated animal registration and information system. Over 8000 farmers are currently using APHIS Online, almost 350,000 calves are registered online every year. Would you like to join this growing band of farmers choosing this convenient and easy to use service?
The training will take place over 2 evenings (2 hours each). You will get the opportunity to work through a number of exercises on our APHIS Online training system. You can practise notifying the births and deaths of your bovine animals (MC1 process), moving bovine animals including seller and buyer confirmation (MC2 process) and view the various reports available to you on APHIS Online. Everybody attending will be registered to use DAERA online services, so you can access your own data when you finish the training.
Only basic IT skills are required to use APHIS Online. If you can turn on your computer and open a webpage, you have all the skills needed to notify your births, deaths and movements online. You are welcome to bring along a family member or friend to the training event.
There is no fee for this course.
|Location||Evening 1 (7.30 – 9.30pm)||Evening 2 (7.30 – 9.30pm)|
|Greenmount Campus, Antrim||Thursday 4th October 2018||Thursday 11th October 2018|
|Loughry Campus, Cookstown||Monday 15th October 2018||Monday 22th October 2018|
|Enniskillen Campus, Enniskillen||Tuesday 30th October 2018||Tuesday 6th November 2018|
|Greenmount Campus, Antrim||Wednesday 14th November 2018||Wednesday 21st November 2018|
To enrol for one of these courses, click on the blue ‘Enrol for this course’ button. You will need to register before you can apply for a course, but if you have already registered you can proceed to login and complete the online enrolment form.
Additional course information
Where no courses are available, you can submit an expression of interest in attending this course by completing the Register Your Interest Online Form.
If you have any queries, please contact DAERA Online Services helpdesk by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 02894 426699.