STRAT Conference is a European success
(PRWEB UK) 30 July 2015
Paris was the location for the 6th training Conference of the STRAT Project partners held on the 7th July, a project supported by the Leonardo Da Vinci programme. The event was co-ordinated from the offices of the A.P.C.A (Permanent Assembly of Chambers of Agriculture) in George V Avenue, Paris.
For the first time the conference was shared with a larger audience through streaming the conference live online throughout Europe. The event was transnational and attracted advisors, trainers, educational sciences teachers, researchers and other professionals in the fields of training, small enterprise management, with a specific focus on those in agriculture.
The conference explored many of the issues that VSE’s (very small enterprises) face throughout Europe at this time of changing business practices and market needs, plus the addressing the demands of a fluctuating economy throughout Europe.
The STRAT Project 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.
Each partner contributed throughout the day to the conference and focused on the three-year work results on the support of the small enterprises strategy by training of future farmers, farm advisors, school and training centres trainers.
This key meeting of partners in Paris allowed 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. The facility of transmitting online, the day’s seminars, debates and key note speeches allowed those across Europe to login and share key information that the partners have built during the project development.
All speakers and debates have been recorded and will be available via the Web Page together with the final pedagogical guide on each of the tolls. As most of the tolls have been used in most of the partner countries it will also likely that lesson plans and slides will be available in in French, English, Spanish, Danish and Greek so as many people as possible across Europe can benefit from these.