Today, agriculture is faced with new challenges and opportunities, driven by developments such as climate change, the greening of products and processes, the reuse of by-products, the complexity of the production chain and the greater availability of information. However, in order to be able to respond to these developments, new business models and skills are required in agriculture and forestry. That is why it is extremely important to identify the need for competencies in the areas of bioeconomy, sustainability and digital technologies. Only then will it be possible to develop a strategy to keep the European agricultural sector possible and sustainable in the long term. Based on current and future trends and the resulting changing skills requirements, THE FELDER project WILL develop a sustainable European strategy to close this gap between existing and required skills. However, since the difficulties and opportunities of the agricultural sector differ from country to country, the EU strategy is individually adapted to the situation in seven different countries. We therefore work with country-specific measures, job profiles and training material in order to respond to the needs of the individual countries and at the same time to promote the mobility of learners across Europe in accordance with EU quality standards (ESCO, EQAVET, ECVET).
|Duration:||01/2020 – 12/2023|