First Transnational Face-To-Face Meeting of The Digiagrimark Project

The transnational meeting of the Safe Digital Marketing for Agripreneurs – DIGIAGRIMARK (2020-1-TR01-KA204-094469, Erasmus+ Key Action 2- Adult Education Strategic Partnerships) project was held in Larissa, Greece.

The meeting of the Project, which is supported by the Turkish National Agency, coordinated by the Aydın Governorship, and partnered by 'Aydın Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry', 'Aydın Adnan Menderes University', 'Söke Agricultural Production Enterprise Agricultural Extension and In-Service Training Center Directorate (TAYEM)', 'Social Impact and Innovative Education Association (SOYED)', 'Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (IED - Greece)', 'Baldaque & Alves da Silva, Lda (NEWTIE - Portugal)', 'Inercia Digital SL (Spain)', 'European Grants International Academy SRL (EGInA - Italy)', was hosted by the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development between 02-03 November.

The meeting of the project, which aims to increase the economic and environmental sustainability of the agricultural sector and contribute to digitalization in agriculture by improving the digital marketing and digital security skills of the farmers, started with the presentations of the project partners, followed by the presentation of the project covering the project information, activities, timeline and intellectual outputs. After the "Current Situation Analysis" presentations completed by the project partners in the previous months, evaluations were made about the needs analyzes based on the surveys applied.

In the second session, a workshop was held on the curricula of digital security and digital marketing trainings to be given to farmers, training strategies, and the methodology, contents, qualifications, EQF to be followed were evaluated. The topics to be included in the Training Curriculum and to be taken as a basis in the preparation of training materials were determined and tasks were shared.

In the first part of the second day of the meeting, working on the curriculum continued. Discussions were held about LTTA, E-learning platform, training modules and learning materials. The rules to be considered in the implementation of the project were reminded and views were exchanged. In the afternoon session, the monitoring and evaluation plan was explained; the dissemination activities carried out and to be carried out and the website of the project were overviewed.

The meeting, attended by a total of 17 people from nine project partner institutions/organizations, ended with the determination of the dates for the next online meeting, transnational meeting and LTT-training activity, task sharing, general evaluation and distribution of the certificates.


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