The participants of the third event, which aimed at the preparation of farm advisors, to function in the project in a new role not only as facilitator, but also as "digital facilitator", gathered on 22 October in the western city of Hungary, Mosonmagyaróvár, the event being organized in the premises of Széchenyi István University.
The planned process of preparations is under way, the facilitators' trainings are being organized in Hungary in two main sections/locations; and also in Serbia (today). Putting in place the technical environment, including platforms, apps, software and hardware components is also in development.
The Hungarian partners are implementing the training of facilitators in two steps and locations. The first event was organized on 29 September 2020 in Kecskemét, at the demonstration and educational farm of the College of Horticulture. In October it will be followed in the West Hungary with communication and digital facilitation training.
We have set up a separate page to summarize project results and list relevant files, which can directly be opened in the PDF Viewer application of the platform: https://www.wisefarmer.eu/results
For example, you can browse the results of the WiseFarmer Survey, or the documents created for project participants, as well as dissemination materials. The 1st WF Newsletter following Output 1 was also shared on this page, as well as between participants.
In accordance with the "Annual Advisory Plan for Agricultural Advisers and Farmers" for 2020, training for Module 14 - Digitization in Agriculture was held. The training was organized by the Institute for the Application of Science in Agriculture, under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of the Republic of Serbia and in cooperation with the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.
WiseFarmer project was represented at the seminar “New skills for digital farming", took place on 5-6 February 2020 in Aranjuez, Spain. The event, organised by the agricultural European Innovation Partnership (EIP-AGRI.), aimed to contribute to the design and implementation of approaches and tools that can help farmers and farm advisers develop the skills they need in the face of the digital transition in agriculture.