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Búsqueda de socios para una propuesta Erasmus+: Desarrollo de una plataforma multilingüe de aprendizaje electrónico accesible de mejores prácticas en sectores basados en la tierra y cadenas de suministro relacionadas

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20160205001
Publicado:
16/02/2016
Caducidad:
16/02/2017
Resumen:
Un centro universitario británico busca socios industriales/académicos en Europa para establecer una colaboración europea en sectores basados en la tierra y presentar una propuesta al programa Erasmus+. El objetivo es desarrollar una plataforma multilingüe de aprendizaje electrónico accesible sobre mejores prácticas en los sectores de agricultura y horticultura para la producción de alimentos básicos y cadenas de suministro implicadas. Específicamente se buscan socios en los campos de pesca, producción láctea y horticultura. El plazo provisional para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 11 de marzo de 2016.

Details

Tittle:
Partners sought for future ERASMUS+ proposal - to support development of a multi-lingual platform to deliver accessible best practice e-learning into the land based sector and associated supply chains
Summary:
A UK leading land based and sports educational college/university centre is seeking European academic/industry partners to form a land based European collaboration for an ERASMUS+ application, focus to develop a multi-lingual platform to deliver accessible best practice e-learning into the land based sectors (agriculture and horticulture for primary food production) and the supply chains in which they are involved. Partners sought with interest in fisheries, dairy and horticultural production.
Description:
A Land-Based Learning European Collaboration (LBLEC) is being drawn together to create the mechanisms and content to support a multi-lingual platform to deliver accessible best practice e-learning into the land based sector and the supply chains in which they are involved. Land-based industries refer to farming and forestry with an emphasis on agriculture and horticulture for primary food production and include (but not limited to):
· Agriculture - e.g. arable, dairy, livestock, horticulture, mixed farming, growing fruit and vegetables, agriculture and animal husbandry services.
· Wider land-based industries - amenity management, landscaping, animal care, aquaculture, environmental conservation, fresh produce processing through supply chain, arboriculture, forestry.
The supply of labour, skills and expertise in agriculture and the horticultural sectors has become a limiting European resource with workers moving across national borders to fill the seasonal and ever changing supply requirements of this increasingly diverse and technology focused sector. The transferability of appropriate skills and knowledge although recognised as an economic requirement for the sector, needs to have a common certification/professional standard and support mechanism to allow upskilling of the local, remote and mobile workforce in a way that is recognise by employers and educational organisations across Europe. It is aimed that LBLEC will provide the vehicle through its supporting partners to develop, engage and deliver the accessible structure and content required to establish common standards and continually improve the productivity of the increasingly diversified and mobile workforce across the land based sector.

Key aims of LBLEC:
· Engagement of the wider university sector in the development of the land based sector and the establishment of an approach to cascade the appropriate technical knowledge and skills into the increasingly diversified rural economy
· Encouraging cross-border sharing of technical educational content and exchange of staff and students
· Identifying areas of development that are commercially important, food security/supply chain efficiency, environmental impact and staff productivity that would benefit from the LBLEC
· Finding/releasing available staff time to engage in the development and delivery of commercially/technically appropriate content to meet the future requirements of the sector
· Agree and set appropriate standards for the development/delivery of the content
· Establishing common educational/professional standards to benchmark against and improve productivity
· Improve accessibility to materials and direct online support to the general workforce as well as remote and isolated workers/communities

The ERASMUS+ application will focus on:
Key Action 1: Mobility of individuals
· Improving skills, employability and cultural awareness
· Mobility funding for staff and students
Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practice
· Organisations working together to improve provision for learners and shared innovative practice, e-learning and common standards covering content, curriculum and certification

The lead partner in the UK is a land-based and sports educational college/university supporting student development in agriculture, land and animal management.

Provisional deadline for expressions of interest is 11 March 2016.
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
Further European partners are sought associated with individual colleges/universities or industry organisations with an interest highlighted in fisheries, dairy and horticultural production.

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Existing consortia includes: · A non land based UK university partner with expertise in new and innovative approaches at e-learning and the provision of out of lecture theatre academic support, delivery and certification, entrepreneurship, social enterprise and innovation at an international level. · A land based colleges subscriber network aspiring to excellence with technical, curriculum and certification knowledge, instructional design support, source of staff and exchange student resources, benchmarking of quality standards and continuous improvement of educational delivery capabilities. · Industry representation and support for improving workforce performance from two leading UK unions/associations with relevant skills and knowledge base, accessibility to a wider pool of qualified workers with knowledge or access to information on local production systems, technology and science. Further European partners are sought associated with individual colleges/universities or industry organisations with similar skills to the ones described above and with an interest highlighted in fisheries, dairy and horticultural production.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No

Dissemination

Programme-call

Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
31/03/2016
Project Duration:
0