Floury food which is one of cheapest foodstuff which can be obtained easily; occupies a significant place among eating and drinking habits whereas, it is also directly correlated with public health. However, major part of those working in such a sector so closely related with public health are applying what they learn at work by method of “Master-Apprentice” procedure which is the traditional way of training; and, learning about the developments occurring in the sector and about the changing supply demand equilibrium remains limited just with the information received from the master.
The FFS Project is focused on developing through BIT based innovative distance learning the skills of young employees who are / want to work in the production sector in order to ensure safety in floury foods which is the cheapest and common food culture of Europe that can be found in easiest way.
The activities being towards meeting the needs of the sector and the youth, theory and practice being intermingled, will support work-based learning by undergoing training.
Innovative learning techniques required by the digital era will support usage of ICT tools by the youth for learning purposes.
The Project activities are coherent with the sectoral and horizontal priorities of the EU 2020 Strategy, 2030 Food Strategy and the European Food Safety Authority EFSA determined as developing knowledge skills, increasing the employment, encouraging BIT based learning and increasing the quality in youth works and make contribution to accomplish the targets specified.
OZ GIDA IS SENDİKASI – Ankara, Turkey (coordinator)
Uluslararasi Hayat Boyu Ogrenme Dernegi – Ankara, Turkey
Danmar Computers – Rzeszów, Poland
Instituto Formazione Operatori Aziendali – Reggio nell’Emilia, Italy
UM-University of Maribor/SLOVENIA
Assipan Sicilia – Vittoria, Italy
The Innovation And Development Institute Principe Real – Miranda do Douro, Portugal
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