AgriSkills 4.0


Good Practices

Selection of the good practices featured in the AgriSkills Reference Catalogue

In the realm of agriculture, a comprehensive collection of 46 good practices has been meticulously curated to serve all stakeholders. These invaluable insights are encapsulated within the pages of our specially compiled reference catalog, aptly named “AgriSkills Guidebook on Digitalization in Agriculture”.

This wealth of knowledge isn’t just sourced from one avenue; rather, it’s a collaborative effort involving project partners, VET providers, and innovation support advisors. Through a blend of direct interviews and desk research conducted by our partners, these practices have been carefully selected to offer a diverse spectrum of insights.

Each good practice is categorized, reflecting the multifaceted nature of Digital Agriculture. From precision farming techniques to innovative crop management strategies, these categories paint a holistic picture of the digital transformation sweeping across the agricultural landscape. By integrating these practices and fostering skill development throughout the agricultural value chain, we pave the way for a sustainable and technologically advanced future in agriculture.

All good practices are collected and categorized in a special database in the AgriSkills 4.0 e-Learning Platform. 

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