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A presentation given in May 2019 in Nitra Slovakia as part of the first expert peer-review event held as part of the KA3 Erasmus Plus SEED Project. This presentation introduced the project and the research findings on digital farming, related qualifications and competences.

A presentation given in May 2019 in Nitra Slovakia as part of the first expert peer-review event held as part of the KA3 Erasmus Plus SEED Project. This presentation introduced the project and the research findings on digital farming, related qualifications and competences.

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  1. 1. 1st Peer-review event in SK Presentation of the project and the reseach results www.digitalseed.eu
  2. 2. www.digitalseed.eu S LOVENSKÁPOĽ NOHOSPODÁR SKAUNIVERZIT A NITRA The SEED project Altheo Valentini, EGInA Srl
  3. 3. www.digitalseed.eu Project ID TITLE Smart Entrepreneurial Education and training in Digital farming CALL KA3: Joint Qualifications in Vocational Education and Training DURATION 2 years (September 2018 – August 2020) PARTNERS 7 partners from 4 Countries (Italy, Belgium, Slovakia, Spain) + 13 associated partners TARGET VET centres, companies and students/apprentices involved in EQF5 Agrifood training paths ACTIONS • Development of a new VET qualification profile: “Expert in Digital Agriculture” (built on modular units of LOs mapped on both EntreComp and DigComp) • Enhancement of work based learning activites in existing curricula • 3 months transnational mobility for 10 beneficiaries in each Country
  4. 4. www.digitalseed.eu • How the digital transformation impacts on the AgriFood chain? • What is the state of the art about the digitalization of agriculture, agri-industry and the overall AgriFood sector? • Which digital technologies have achieved a big impact on the different sector chains (meat, fish, milk, vegetables), on the cross-chain contact points and on the elements that transversally interests all the sectors? • How to assess the impacts of Digital Transformation on AgriFood chains to highlight the cross-chain contact points and the socio- economic consequences of it?
  5. 5. www.digitalseed.eu Project structure Developing and testing (part of) the curricular path Validation and recognition from the authorities Units elaboration Experimenin g the assessment criteria (Transnatio nal mobility) VET (meta)Curriculm in Digital Agricolture Analysis of existing EQF5 Agrifood profiles
  6. 6. www.digitalseed.eu Partnership structure UMBRAFLOR CIUFFELLI (IT) Research and pilot UNIGENT (BE) All activities UNINITRA (SK) All activities AIN (ES) All activities EGINA Coordination and evaluation EUROGEO Dissemination and exploitation
  7. 7. www.digitalseed.eu Workplan 09/18 10/18 11/18 12/18 01/19 02/19 03/19 04/19 05/19 06/19 07/19 08/19 09/19 10/19 11/19 12/19 01/20 02/20 03/20 04/20 05/20 06/20 07/20 08/20 WP1 – Management and evaluation WP2 – Definition of a joint qualification in Digital Farming WP3 – Elaboration of a joint curriculum in Digital Farming WP4 – Elaboration of assessment standards for quality assurance WP5 – Dissemination and exploitation of the results
  8. 8. www.digitalseed.eu S LOVENSKÁPOĽ NOHOSPODÁR SKAUNIVERZIT A NITRA WP Research results Altheo Valentini, EGInA Srl
  9. 9. www.digitalseed.eu Desk & Field research DigiComp & EntreComp mapping exercise. Objectives The aim of the research was reaching a better understanding of the state-of-the-art of the qualifications in digital farming – looking at the country specificities of each partner – in order to have a clear comparative reference framework, base for the design of the joint “new” qualification(s) system. Two main goals were assumed: → identify and describe, in a comprehensive manner, the existing digital qualifications in the agricultural field; → draft a broad view of the main changing factors and trends, understanding the key innovation drivers, in order to better shape the common qualification design.
  10. 10. www.digitalseed.eu Not only EQF5 Total coverage of the public/formal qualifications between EQF 4 and 6 of the agrifood sector. Not only Formal Near/related field of the non formal qualifications in the agro-digital domain, choosing a few relevant cases, applying a “value- driven” approach Not only Agricult. Explore the digital training field not directly related to the agriculture, but identified as an enabling innovation factor. Desk Research, the methodology.
  11. 11. www.digitalseed.eu 287 courses Out of which 250 are from formal education and 37 form non-formal education. Main agricultural domains Few formal qualifications (EQF 5 or 6) strongly oriented to the digital farming. Explicit or, more often, near- implicit presence of digital contents in a broad range of agricultural qualifications (EQF 3 or 4). Desk Research, some statistics. Italy, 62 Spain, 161 Belgium, 39 Slovakia, 25 91 81 48 45 20 56 0 20 40 60 80 100 Agro-forestry Crop-farming Fisheries and acquaculture Livestock production Not-domain specific Other
  12. 12. www.digitalseed.eu Main value-chain processes interested, some statistics. 32 100 193 118 41 40 38 6 4 45 0 50 100 150 200 250 Market analysis and forecasting Production planning Production management (use of the productive factors, environmental impacts, sustainability) Production quality control Traceability and Quality assurance Logistic (included integration in the local networks and in the value chain of the buyers) Selling (i.e. e-commerce) Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) Short-chain production (0km – Selling from the house) Other
  13. 13. www.digitalseed.eu Main digital domains interested, some statistics. 62 125 83 31 45 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Thinking and modelling business and productive processes Gathering, collecting, integrating, evaluating and using product/process data Controlling and process automation Identifying, buying and using digital hardware and software technologies Other
  14. 14. www.digitalseed.eu Analysis main findings •Cross-innovation between several fields •Local innovation and domain-specific applications more relevant than a systemic approach •A gap between the “technical” and the “marketing” use of the digital technologies; •Absence of a clear and “complete” qualification of Expert in Digital Farming. Widespread digital knowledge than a specific professional profile •Enabling to move from incremental to disruptive innovation effects •Modularity, scalability, integrability and re-usability of the digital knowledge •Agro-digital economy, digital marketing and selling, customer satisfaction “Strategic thinking” is a key for a really value-added digital innovation in farming •Scarce knowledge in order to appreciate the competitive advantages of the digital solutions •Strong importance of easiness of use, efficiency improvement, sustainability •Relevant influence of the cultural values, differentiated on the base of the (local) context specificities •Importance of the role of the external agents, also included the educational/training organizations Entrepreneurial difficulty to manage the decision making process
  15. 15. www.digitalseed.eu World Cafè peer-review exercise Entrepreneurial attitude Strategic Thinking Digital transformation • Three working stations and three groups of reviewers who will visit each station during three different rounds. • At each table there is a presenter/rapporteur who will first introduce the main topic of the table and then will facilitate the discussion in order to collect useful comments and suggestion for the improvement, integration and adaptation of our research results. • At the end of the third round, the rapporteur will sum-up the results of the three sessions of peer- review. • Each round will consist of • 5 minutes of introduction to the module • 20 minutes of discussion • 5 minutes of conclusion.
  16. 16. www.digitalseed.eu World Cafè peer-review exercise Entrepreneurial attitude Strategic Thinking Digital transformation DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION >>> KARL DONERT ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE >>> NANCY TARJENIAN STRATEGIC THINKING >>> LUCA PAGLIARICCI
  17. 17. Thank You www.digitalseed.eu S LOVENSKÁPOĽ NOHOSPODÁR SKAUNIVERZIT A NITRA

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