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The E-Learning Platform of Our Project is Complete!

Within the scope of our project “Increasing the Qualifications of the Employees of the Food Manufacturing Sector in the Areas of Occupational Health, Safety and Food Security”, our second output, the e-learning platform, has been put into use.

With the platform consisting of five different language options and four different training modules, you can learn what you do not know about occupational health, safety and food safety, with information videos, instructional animations and questions asked to the participants within each module. The e-learning platform has been established as a system where people of all ages can get their certificates by completing the trainings easily, either from their mobile devices or from their computers, and has been put into use via the

https://elearning.safe2food.com/

website.

4th Meeting

The 4th meeting of our National Agency supported project, Increasing the Qualifications of the Employees in the Food Industry Sector in Occupational Health, Safety and Food Safety Project was held on the online platform on 30.11.2021 due to COVID-19 outbreak.

Miroslava Kačániová from Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra participated as a host partner, Aybüke Bengü Özmutaf and Ekin Mutlu from Turkey on behalf of Öz Gıda-İş Union, Cecilia Bolognesi and Chiara Dell’Amico from Italy on behalf of IFOA, Janja Luznik and Danijel Davidovic from Slovenia on behalf of Maribor University attended the meeting.

The project aim was to exchange ideas with partners about project outputs, to talk about what has been done so far about e-learning platform, dissemination activities, and process of the project.

It was announced to the partners that two different training videos were shot regarding the project outputs. The topics of these training videos include OHS and healthy life. At the third meeting, it was discussed that animation videos about all training modules would be prepared. These videos were presented by Öz Gıda-İş at the meeting, and ideas were exchanged on what missing parts they had and what should be added or removed. For instance, all partnes agreed that the sound effects and some descriptions should be added to the animations.

Dissemination plan was presented by IFOA. About dissemination all partners discussed that what should be done to reach more people. Italian partners suggested that in events we can share small brochures of the project, and use social media platforms more efficiently. Turkish partners also suggested that outputs of the project can be included in their trade union’s official magazine.

Lastly, it was stated that process of the project is well. It was decided to hold a final online meeting on 11.01.2022 regarding the status of the project before the project closure.

3rd Meeting

The third meeting of our National Agency-supported project, Increasing the Qualifications of the Employees in the Food Industry Sector in Occupational Health, Safety, and Food Safety Project, was held on the online platform on 07.07.2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Projects Unit Coordinator Aybüke Bengü Özmutaf and project experts Sinan Özenç Dalgıç and Ekin Mutlu on behalf of Öz Gıda-İş Union, Janja Luznik and Danijel Davidovic from Slovenia on behalf of Maribor University, Cecilia Bolognesi, Chiara Dell’Amico and Davide Orlandini from Italy on behalf of IFOA, Miroslava Kačániová from Slovakia on behalf of Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra attended the meeting.

The project aim was to fix details about the e-learning platform, website and disseminations activities.

About e-learning platform, partners discussed about technical aspects of the its draft, about the front-end design and the quality of the new educational materials being prepared. About the latter, all partners agreed on the creation of animated videos to highlight specific topics for each training module, in order to make the training more efficient and appealing. A Turkish food expert will be also involved for the preparation of video content.

Concerning the Project website , it will be enriched with new articles about food safety on national and international levels; in addition, video shoots will be available for all visitors, while an external link will be accessible for training learners.Last but not least, LinkedIn page about the project has been added to broaden the dissemination and reach a larger number of potential interested parties.