Title Entwicklung der Fähigkeiten für biologischen Landbau Trainer für den Balkan
Project Number 2009-1-RO1-LEO05-03584
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Marketing Text "Organic.Balkanet" ist ein EU-Projekt unter Lifelong Learning Programme, Leonardo da Vinci Subprogramm, das die Übertragung von Trainingsmethoden und Inhalte über den Ökologischen Landbau Themen, die derzeit im Rahmen der Sekundar-und Hochschulbildung dient hauptsächlich zum verbessern wird gefördert Agronomen (z. B. Diplom-Ausbildung von Studenten in der landwirtschaftlichen Hochschulen, Post-Graduate-Ausbildung von jungen Agronomen) Unterstützung: (a) Berufsausbildung Bedürfnisse von Agronomen, dass die Berufsausbildung konzentriert erfordern auf Ökologischen Landbau Themen und lebenslanges Lernen Bedürfnisse der Landwirte, die zu neuen Fähigkeiten zu erwerben Ökologischen Landwistshaft Praktiken und für einen bestimmten organic Markt zu produzieren.
Conventional agriculture production has been applied through heavy reliance on non-renewable resources (mechanization, fertilizers, pesticides etc.) resulting in numerous agricultural burdens such as soil degradation, water run-off, pollution, reduced biodiversity and landscape image, escalating production costs. Public awareness of the irreversible damage done to the environment has led to calls for a more responsible attitude towards our natural heritage.
Against this background, Organic Agriculture (OA) has come to the fore as an agricultural approach that can not only produce safer products but is environmentally sound too. However, organic farming is still hampered by lack of clarity: both consumers and the agricultural professionals are not always sure what OA is, what are its benefits, which products are covered by OA, and which restriction
- Identifying and analysing targeted user requirements for training agricultural professionals in a number of EU countries
(i.e. Slovenia and Bulgaria) on topics related to Organic Agriculture (OA).
- Selecting and analysing innovative e-learning content that has been previously developed to support training needs in previous initiatives (the BIOAGRO eContent project, the Organic.Edunet project, etc.).
- Integrating the e-learning content in a national and regional training systems and practices related to OA.
- Adapting and enhancing the selected content in order to support the lifelong learning needs of agricultural professionals in the participating user organisations, through appropriately designed training scenarios.
- To collect, categorize and publish in an online learning repository the transferred content from previous initiatives in the form of digital training objects.
- To deploy a multilingual online environment that will facilitate end-users’ online search, retrieval, access and use of digital training objects in the online learning repository.
- To design a number of training scenarios that will introduce the use of the transferred e-learning content to support training of agricultural professionals in the participating user organisations.
- To carry out a set of focused pilot trials to validate the proposed training scenarios and the transferred e-learning content.
- To promote the cooperation of stakeholders in this particular content area and support the sustainability of project results.
P1 Coordinator, design of training programme, USAMVB-FA (Romania)
P2 Technical partner, repository implementation, UAH (Spain)
P3 Dissemination & Exploitation, GRNET (Greece)
P4 Pilot trials design & user partner, University of Maribor (Slovenia)
P5 User needs analysis & user partner, University of Rousse (Bulgaria)
P6 User partner, Biomold Association (Romania)
P7 User partner, AOANS (Slovenia)
The overall aim of “Organic.Balkanet” project is to facilitate the transfer of innovative training practices and e-learning content to vocational education of young and unemployed agricultural professionals, as well as to agricultural professionals. This project focuses to develop the skills and competences of VET (Vocational Educational Training) and guidance professionals, including their continuous professional development and their learning of languages on topics related to Organic Agriculture (OA) in the Balkan area. The project will deploy a multilingual online environment (the Organic.Balkanet Web Portal) that will facilitate end-users’ online search, retrieval, access and use of digital training objects in the online learning repository
The need for these initiatives will focus on the education of all Organic Agriculture stakeholders has been identified on an EU level. The issues that “Organic.Balkanet” addresses need a European-level and not a regional approach. The collaboration of partners among countries with (i) different experience in applying OA methods and (ii) different expertise on the topics of the OA training curriculum, illustrates the benefits from this transnational approach that aims to transfer knowledge and experience among partners. The project has developed and transfered the resulting product to Organic Agriculture Professional Association from Bulgaria, Slovenia and Romania. Those interested can get further information / demo acces through contacting the respective partners in the countries.
Berufsorientierung und -beratung
Erbringung von Freiberuflichen, Wissenschaftlichen und Technischen Dienstleistungen
Erziehung und Unterricht
Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei
Information und Kommunikation
Gesundheits- und Sozialwesen
Unterlagen für offenen Unterricht
Verfahren zur Analyse und Prognose des Berufsbildungsbedarfes
The topics of the training curriculum of Organic.Balkanet program are specialised according to the needs of each participating user organisation and the competences that the Organic.Balkanet trainers should have. This educational material contains all tasks and solutions on eigth learning modules (Module 1 – Pedagogy, Module 2 – Technology, Module 3 – Training scenarios, Module 4 – Organic Agriculture principles, Module 5 – Legislation and Standards, Module 6 – Organic crops, Module 7 – Animals Husbandry in OA, Module 8 – Organic Marketing) and is supplemented by a teacher guide to help with the preparation and creation of lessons and access to a Web page specially built for this course with the aim of contributing to the learning process by creating a virtual meeting place. The information flow from the Web page will help participants to play an active role in their own learning and in the group process as a whole. Individual learning will focus on designing a training curriculum based on competences while the content matter is being dealt with.
Participants will be able to use the Documentation Centre and bibliographies they will be given to go more deeply into topics that interest them as individuals or as a group. In addition, the course includes local study visits to organizations that use a competency-based approach.