(PRWEB UK) 4 July 2015
On July 7th, 2015, The APCA RESOLIA, the AC3A and STRAT are holding their 6th training conference supported by the Leonardo Da Vinci programme. The event will be held from 10:00am until 1:00pm at 9 avenue George V in Paris, France at the Permanent Assembly of Chambers of Agriculture (APCA), Grand Auditorium (metro station Alma). The conference will be transnational and relevant for advisers, trainers, educational sciences teachers and researchers and others professionals in the fields of training and small enterprise management, specifically in agriculture.
The STRAT-Training project, granted by the LEONARDO DA VINCI programme of the European Union, aims to develop a Strategy to help VSE’s. The partners of STRAT-Training offer a wider, transnational level of tools, methods and techniques in order to benefit each other through VSE (in the rural and agricultural sector) strategy management support. STRAT has 7 partners. The Academy of Learning from England, DAAS from Denmark, EFA Galicia from Spain, TUC from Greece and APCA, SupAgro Florac and AC3A all from France.
On the 7th we will focus on the three-year work results on support of the small enterprises’ strategy by the training of future farmers, farm advisors, school and training centres trainers as well as our four related topics and testimonies from Denmark, France, Greece, Romania, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
This key meeting of partners in Paris will allow a more transparent way of updating non partners and those interested in this European project to have access to the tools that are being developed and the results of the project to date.
Please note, if you cannot attend the event in person you can also steam this event online by going to the Web page http://oxygenstream.fr/live/ac3a/ and entering the password ‘strat2015’. You will then be connected to the conference.
For further information, please visit: https://strattrainingproject.wordpress.com/
Or contact: AC3A (Association of Chambers of Agriculture of the Atlantic Arc)
+33 253 466 257