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  • AG-Lab
    Introduction
    in knowledge
    in engineering
  • Elaborated training courses
    and necessary competences
    for students
    and laboratory staff
  • Trained teacher teams
  • Pedagogical supports
  • Tools for cooperative
    teaching with the participation
    of universities and acting
    laboratory staff

Laboratory practice training for specialists of the agro-food sector in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine

Ag-Lab aims to improve the quality control of agro-food products in the three recently associated EU member countries by improving upon the training of their specialists. The project deals with the part of the Agreement related to food and agricultural products safety which can be ensured through appropriate laboratory control of EU legislation and standards.

The project will, over the 3 years of its duration, create 4 specialized courses dedicated to laboratory practice in agro-food sector: veterinary medicine, agronomy, animal husbandry and food technologies.

4 expected project outcomes:

  • Elaborated training courses and obtained necessary competences for students and laboratory staff;
  • Trained teacher teams;
  • Pedagogical supports;
  • Created tools for cooperative teaching with the participation of universities and acting laboratory staff
Presentation video
Presentation video
of the Ag-Lab project

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

WORK PACKAGES

Analyses of knowledge and skills needed for the laboratories and elaboration of references.

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Training in EU countries.

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Elaboration of the quality assessment strategy.

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Dissemination and exploitation of the project results.

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Management and communication.

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Stakeholders

The main stakeholders of Ag-Lab include Ukrainian, Moldovan, Georgian & EU Universities staff and students; other HEIs; Ukrainian, Moldovan, Georgian laboratories staff/laboratories potential employers; University administrators; Policy makers at local, regional and national level. National Erasmus+ offices; Representatives of the Delegation of the European Commission.

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