Free online courses available!

The online course "Appropriate energy technologies for food utilization in refugee camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies" - with videos, slides, and additional resources - is now available for all registered users at www.set4food.org/elearning.

On September 29, 2015, a “Special edition” of the e-learning course starts. In fact, trainees will be supported in the learning process by the experts of Coopi, Politecnico di Milano and Fondazione Politecnico di Milano. The course is composed of a total of five modules introduced through webinars and including proposals and practical exercises to enhance knowledge sharing processes.

SCHEDULE
Online course “Special edition”
Duration: 10 weeks
Start date: 29 September 2015 (it consists of 4 - 5 hours commitment per module).

Register now on our website and try the online courses!

 

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