Registration period now open for the agri-food digitalization course at the Corteva Chair.

In September, the Corteva Chair in Digital Agriculture and Sustainability at the University of Seville will hold the fifth edition of its course on Digital Agriculture, designed to enhance the training of farmers, agricultural technicians, and other stakeholders in the sector. This course, which is part of the Permanent Training Center (CFP) program at the University of Seville, has been very successful in its previous editions.

In addition, the Chair has announced the fourth edition of the Continuing Education Course: Digital Skills applied to the Agri-food and Forestry sector. This course will be delivered in an online format on September 26 and 27, and is also included in the university’s CFP program.

The main objective of these courses is to reduce the digital divide in the agricultural sector, providing digital skills to rural professionals. The Directorate General of Agriculture has identified this gap as one of the main barriers to the adoption of digital innovations in the sector.

The course is aimed at farmers, agricultural technicians, students, and anyone interested in the application of new technologies to the agri-food sector and digitalization in agriculture. Thanks to the sponsorship of the Chair and the high participation in previous editions, demand continues to grow.

This fifth edition includes an online practical module that allows students to directly apply what they have learned, offering a comprehensive view of digital agriculture and the main information technologies used in its development through different thematic modules taught by prominent professionals in the sector.

Places are limited and the registration deadline is July 20th. All information and the detailed program of the course are available on the Corteva Chair’s agenda. Interested parties can register through the University of Seville’s Permanent Training Center website.

Source: MiMub in Spanish

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