Agricultural Drone Technology Awareness Training for industry Professionals

What is the mission of AgroPro?

AgroPro is a pioneering project aimed at bridging the gap between the rapid technological advancements in the agriculture industry and the existing knowledge and skills of agriculture professionals. With a mission to empower agricultural workers across the European Union, AgroPro focuses on providing access to cutting-edge drone technology, education, and support. This project aspires to enable professionals to optimise crop management, monitor crop health, and increase overall productivity while addressing the challenges of a growing global population and climate change-induced extreme weather events. By offering specialised training and resources, AgroPro seeks to connect agriculture professionals with limited opportunities to this evolving market and unlock their potential in utilising drone technology. 

Ultimately, the project aims to deliver three main results: 

  • e-Guide listing new career paths in agriculture thanks to drones, 
  • a Competence Framework and Competence Assessment indicators, and 
  • a MOOC on the use of drones and associated digital tools. 

AgroPro is committed to promoting equal opportunities, and environmental sustainability, and fostering strategic partnerships to ensure scalability and widespread adoption of its initiatives, in alignment with the socioeconomic development strategies of its partner countries.

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What is the “e-Guide” that will be developed”

The e-Guide will be a digital career resource designed to showcase new professions emerging in the agricultural sector due to advancements in drone technology. Based on the needs analysis and recommendations from CEDEFOP’s 2018 Handbook of ICT practices, the e-Guide will target educational institutions, lifelong learning centres, career offices, tutors, and agricultural stakeholders. It will aim to bridge the knowledge and skills gap in these new occupations and provide comprehensive information to facilitate the development of learning and training materials. The e-Guide will serve as a foundation for a MOOC on using UAVs and digital tools for sustainable agriculture. The main results will include an aggregated set of occupational descriptors, information, and links related to UAS use in agriculture, which will assist individuals and guidance counsellors in accessing information about career opportunities. The e-Guide’s innovative aspect will be its ability to compile curated content and research from different countries, making it a valuable resource for various EU organisations and institutions.

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Inclusive and Accessible Project Design for Diverse Participants in the Agricultural Sector

To ensure accessibility and inclusiveness in the project, all activities will be designed to accommodate participants regardless of their social status, cultural or religious identity, sex, gender, sexual orientation, or economic situation. The project’s core methodology focuses on uniting diverse organisations for the common good, and fostering a community spirit through active engagement from all participants. Expenses such as travel, accommodation, and visas will be covered to encourage participation from individuals with limited economic opportunities.

Adult learners and NEETs will be given a central role in the project, enabling them to access exceptional support from all project teams. Safeguarding and equality measures will be in place for mobility or related activities involving young people and adult learners. The consortium will support disadvantaged participants by hosting activities in accessible locations, tailoring training materials to their needs, offering free participation in pilot testing workshops, and adjusting schedules according to their availability.

The project aims to provide opportunities for people with fewer resources by offering participation in pilot testing workshops. To engage the target audience more effectively, the consortium will collaborate with stakeholders who have established relationships with the target group, enabling them to better address specific needs, utilise communication channels, and implement suitable approach methods.

Funding

KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training

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Agricultural Drone Technology Awareness Training for industry Professionals

What is the mission of AgroPro?

AgroPro is a pioneering project aimed at bridging the gap between the rapid technological advancements in the agriculture industry and the existing knowledge and skills of agriculture professionals. With a mission to empower agricultural workers across the European Union, AgroPro focuses on providing access to cutting-edge drone technology, education, and support. This project aspires to enable professionals to optimise crop management, monitor crop health, and increase overall productivity while addressing the challenges of a growing global population and climate change-induced extreme weather events. By offering specialised training and resources, AgroPro seeks to connect agriculture professionals with limited opportunities to this evolving market and unlock their potential in utilising drone technology. 

Ultimately, the project aims to deliver three main results: 

  • e-Guide listing new career paths in agriculture thanks to drones, 
  • a Competence Framework and Competence Assessment indicators, and 
  • a MOOC on the use of drones and associated digital tools. 

AgroPro is committed to promoting equal opportunities, and environmental sustainability, and fostering strategic partnerships to ensure scalability and widespread adoption of its initiatives, in alignment with the socioeconomic development strategies of its partner countries.

Art and Green Activism

What is the “e-Guide” that will be developed”

The e-Guide will be a digital career resource designed to showcase new professions emerging in the agricultural sector due to advancements in drone technology. Based on the needs analysis and recommendations from CEDEFOP’s 2018 Handbook of ICT practices, the e-Guide will target educational institutions, lifelong learning centres, career offices, tutors, and agricultural stakeholders. It will aim to bridge the knowledge and skills gap in these new occupations and provide comprehensive information to facilitate the development of learning and training materials. The e-Guide will serve as a foundation for a MOOC on using UAVs and digital tools for sustainable agriculture. The main results will include an aggregated set of occupational descriptors, information, and links related to UAS use in agriculture, which will assist individuals and guidance counsellors in accessing information about career opportunities. The e-Guide’s innovative aspect will be its ability to compile curated content and research from different countries, making it a valuable resource for various EU organisations and institutions.

Art and Green Activism

Inclusive and Accessible Project Design for Diverse Participants in the Agricultural Sector

To ensure accessibility and inclusiveness in the project, all activities will be designed to accommodate participants regardless of their social status, cultural or religious identity, sex, gender, sexual orientation, or economic situation. The project’s core methodology focuses on uniting diverse organisations for the common good, and fostering a community spirit through active engagement from all participants. Expenses such as travel, accommodation, and visas will be covered to encourage participation from individuals with limited economic opportunities.

Adult learners and NEETs will be given a central role in the project, enabling them to access exceptional support from all project teams. Safeguarding and equality measures will be in place for mobility or related activities involving young people and adult learners. The consortium will support disadvantaged participants by hosting activities in accessible locations, tailoring training materials to their needs, offering free participation in pilot testing workshops, and adjusting schedules according to their availability.

The project aims to provide opportunities for people with fewer resources by offering participation in pilot testing workshops. To engage the target audience more effectively, the consortium will collaborate with stakeholders who have established relationships with the target group, enabling them to better address specific needs, utilise communication channels, and implement suitable approach methods.

Funding

KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training

Project Facts

01234567890Partners
01234567890Countries
01234567890Years
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