You as professionals in tertiary agricultural education are expected to prepare competent graduates ready for the job market. In addition, you are requested to do action research that contributes to innovation for food security, and provide services for rural communities that support inclusive development.
Get ready to make your courses more interactive and interdisciplinary!
How do you provide useful services to the surrounding community? How do you make research relevant for farmers and agribusiness so you better can attract funding?
Join ICRA’s course to find the answers to those challenges. Brace yourself for three challenging weeks with a range of activities such as trainer-assisted group sessions, role plays, case studies and excursions to education institutes.
Week 1: Linking education with societal needs
- Labour market oriented curricula development
- Competency-based assessment
- Interactive session design and delivery
Week 2: Learning in real-life contexts and creating meaningful community services
- Problem and practice-based learning
- Academic consultancy training and science shop
- Several study tours to Dutch educational institutes
- Science shop
Week 3: Action research, linking development and education
- Innovation as a learning process
- Stakeholder involvement and role of the researcher Real life example in the Netherlands: study tour
The course is specially designed for people working in tertiary agricultural and rural education. Candidates should be proficient in English, have at least five years professional experience, preferably in tertiary agricultural and rural education and related fields, and have approval of their institution to participate.
Tuition fee: 3,990 EUR
Aplication is closed.
Source and further information: ICRA