The Third Transnational Project Meeting of the "Developing Farmers’ Digital Skills" project, which is carried out under the coordination of Aydın Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry, was held on 08-09 October 2019 in Huelva, Spain.
This project is supported by the Presidency of the EU Education and Youth Programs Center - Turkish National Agency within the scope of ERASMUS+ KA2 Program 2018 Adult Education, Strategic Partnerships
Project partners in the "Development of Digital Skills of Farmers" Project: Aydın Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry (Project Coordinator), Aydın Governorate (EU and Foreign Relations Office), Aydın Adnan Menderes University (Faculty of Education), Söke Agricultural Production Enterprise Agricultural Extension and In-Service Training Center Directorate , Watermelon Chamber of Agriculture, Developmental Center of Thessaly (Greece), Euroform RFS (Italy), Inercia Digital SL (Spain) and Institut Pro Trénink Pohostinnosti (Czech Republic).
The main purpose of the project is to improve the digital skills of rural farmers / producers, to become more active and thus to increase their productivity and productivity in their social and business life; Their aim is to improve the skills and competencies of technical staff and trainers; to develop an innovative training module in the digital field; increasing productivity by increasing the digital skills of farmers; to enable farmers to use internet tools and smart phone applications effectively in their social and business life.
On the first day of the two-day meeting, presentations were made on the activities carried out in the project, the requirements in the training module, the training module and training materials in accordance with the European Digital Skills Framework, the learning objectives and contents for the training module, the methods to be followed for OERs (open training resources) were discussed. Plans were made for the training of trainers.
On the second day, the meeting, in which the implementation rules, evaluation and dissemination plans of the project were reviewed, and tasks were shared on the Training Module, training materials, OERs and Farmer Network outputs, ended with the distribution of the evaluation and certificates.