STEP 1: Complete the ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM to reserve your preferred lab training date and time:
- To prevent delays, please ensure that the form is complete.
- Registration deadline is 5 working days prior to the available wet lab.
- Please allow the Facility Coordinator 5 working days to coordinate your training.
- You will receive a copy of the registration form by email within 10 minutes of submitting. If you do not receive a copy of the registration form, contact the Facility Coordinator.
- If you are a previous animal user returning to animal use after an extended period of not handling animals (typically 6 months or longer), you will be required to repeat the Part 2 Online and in-person Orientation.
STEP 2: The Facility Coordinator will send a confirmation email request to your Primary Investigator (PI) for approval
STEP 3: The Facility Coordinator will email you the following information:
- Your confirmed training date(s)
- Details on your lab training session
- Login information for the required online tutorial(s) (see Course Information below)
- Note: All prerequisites must be completed no later than 1pm on the day prior to your reserved date of training
Information on how to prevent workplace injuries resulting from storage and use of hazardous products.
- Prerequisites: None
- Quiz: 70% to pass
- Allow 2 hours to complete
Online tutorial (also known as Part 1)
Ethics, guidelines, regulations and safety information.
- Prerequisites: PI approval
- Quiz: 72% to pass
- Allow 4 - 6 hours to complete.
Aquatic Research Facility (Part 2)
Online tutorial (also known as Part 2)
Facility regulation, laboratories and equipment, processed water treatment, water quality, fish health, fish handling, procedure to bring in new fish, working alone, campus accident/incident reporting
- Prerequisites: PI approval, Modules 1 - 2
- Quiz: 80% to pass
- Allow 4 - 6 hours to complete
This in person lab will all you to familiarize yourself with the aquatic facility. Topics discussed will include facility regulations, laboratories and equipment, processed water treatment, water quality, fish health, fish handling, procedure to bring in new fish, working alone and campus accident/incident reporting.
- Prerequisites: PI approval, Modules 1 - 3