Raising Cattle Responsibly Since 1928
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MODULE 1) Definition of Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainability goals on Livestock Production, farmers entrepreneurial changes, general strategies for the protection of the environment;
MODULE 2) Definition of Livestock Smart Production Systems, Extensive/Rangeland and Intensive Livestock management;
MODULE 3) Discovering the digital technologies instruments for a comfortable and increased animal production production efficiency, Smart systems equipment and tools, Virtual reality management, valuable information on the latest challenges and key innovations for Livestock production;
MODULE 4) Developing more capacity building programs for modern livestock farms, how to choice a digitalization and automatic technologies tailored to the objectives of the farmers;
MODULE 5) Animal production systems, Health and Well-being, Food Safety and Security, Urban, peri-urban industrial landless systems, Rural landless livestock production, Growth in meat producing animals Regulation of growth, Disease Intensive Livestock.
Self-placed on-line learning: a practical education program plan will be realized and uploaded on the interactive online platform with a tutor service. After completing the course, the learners will be able to position, engage and grow relationships with the public and private stakeholders and be registered in the Excellence Gateway created for the matching between demand of farms, livestock, associations and industries looking for young digital livestock managers.
The Erasmus + EDUTRAINING DIGITAL LIVESTOCK works from locations across the European Union as Italy, Greece and Slovakia. All classes are held online, fostering student participation from around the European Union.
As an online educator, Erasmus + EDUTRAINING DIGITAL LIVESTOCK does not require attendance at any physical location. Learners may complete their assignments at any time during the education period. Neither learners, academic staff are required to be online or in attendance if they are observing a religious or secular holiday.
Erasmus + EDUTRAINING DIGITAL LIVESTOCK training program is open to all learners wishing to pursue a basic education in the digital livestock management sciences. Learners must be at least 18 years of age up to 30 years and have a secondary or high school diploma or the equivalent. The course will be free of charge. Each participant must start and complete the course program autonomously within a predetermined and agreed deadline. Partners follow the progress of the learners of own country and will encourage them to finish the course within the agreed deadline.
You can apply anytime and the registrations will remain open.