SKIFF

Skill for Future Farmers

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Future farmers and agriculture professional are confronted with severe challenges, especially under financial stress in EU economies and other factors which call for improved competitiveness, a ‘green’ sustainable development and an increase in the agricultural productivity of EU. Such needs are accounted for in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Reform 2014-2020, which foresees the strengthening of three long-term objectives: a) viable food production, b) sustainable management of natural resources and c) balanced territorial development, and provides new policy instruments that reward resource-efficient services that protect the landscape/bio-diversity and innovative trends and technologies in farming and rural development.

WEBSITE: SKIFF
FACEBOOK: SKIFF
YouTube: SKIFF

6 Free ONLINE Multilingual COURSES: Click here!
APP Future farmers: Click here!
E-commerce system and documentation: Click here!

PARTNERS

GR: CTI – Computer Technology Institute & Press “Diophantus – GR: E.I.E.O European Institute for Evaluation and Integration  – LT: Lithuanian Agriculture Advisory Service –  NL: BLANKCON – TK: MKV International Consulting – TK – Turkish Ministry of Food. Agriculture and Livestock

PROJECT PERIOD: February 2016 – February 2018

PROJECT STATUS: Running

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

SKIFF mobilizes field experts and key stakeholders from Greece, Netherlands, Lithuania and Turkey and aspires to develop a sustainable, multilingual training program under the e-learning and m-learning paradigms, covering six (6) important thematic areas that cut-across most of above requirements: 1. Organic Farming, 2. Rural Development, 3. Agricultural Markets, 4. Farming Management, 5. Biobased Economy, 6. ICT in Agriculture.

Under a very dense dissemination strategy, SKIFF expects to reach out to a wide audience of farmers, agriculture professionals, officials and VETs who are all invited to participate and evaluate our approach during the planned online training session, but also beyond the project’s completion. A crucial project task is the establishment of a training certification scheme compatible with ECVET provisions, as applied in the participating countries, to be awarded to all prospective trainees that will successfully complete the provided courses.

BLANKCON AND SKIFF

BLANKCON is one of the main partners of the SKIFF project and responsible for the application of the ECVET System within SKIFF,  the development of the Biobased Economy on line learning module and dissemination of alle the SKIFF learning modules in the Netherlands.

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