Training Schools aim to facilitate capacity building on a topic relevant to the theme of the respective COST Action through the delivery of intensive training on a new or emerging subject. They can also offer familiarisation with unique equipment or expertise and are typically, although not exclusively, considered to be for the benefit of ECI and PhD students. They are not intended to provide general training.
Trainees shall be engaged in an official research programme as a PhD Student or postdoctoral fellow or can be employed by, or affiliated to, an institution, organisation or legal entity which has within its remit a clear association with performing research. Trainees eligible for reimbursement:
1. Trainees from COST Full Members / COST Cooperating Member.
2. Action MC Observer from NNC.
3. Trainees from Approved European RTD Organisations.
Coming Sacurima CA16123 Event:
Training School Program: International Training School On Improvement the safety culture and risk management in agriculture, 26 – 27 of July, 2021 – Institute of Technology, Estonian University of Life Sciences (Virtual meeting).
Course purpose: to acquire knowledge and skills on risk assessment and management in agriculture sector (crop and animal production, forestry and fishery); to introduce the main sources of health risks in agriculture, predict the outcomes and introduce, how to prevent of work accidents and occupational diseases.
Target group: certified farmers and young enterpreneurs in agriculture, PhD students and lecturers.
The training will take place in video-bridge of EULS – BigBlueButton environment.
The address, the code and password will be sent to enter into web-training environment (connect with the training course). This information will be sent to the addresses of the participants about one week before the course beginning.
The working language of the training is English. There is no translation into other languages.
Financial resources are covered by SACURIMA Project and for the participants without the participation fee.
Wednesday July 28, 10:00-13:00.
Safety risk management exercises and practices on real farm cases or safety program presentations.