This course is developed as part of the SMARTCHAIN Project, which is supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the grant agreement No. 773785.
After successful completion of the course the participants:
- understand what SFSC (Short Food Supply Chains) innovations are and what are the differences between innovations that apply at the local, the regional and the national/international levels.
- understand how to apply SFSC innovations in your own work from the perspective of technological, social, environmental and other advances
- are able to include and benefit from different levels of collaboration in your SFSC interactions (GAIN model).
The general objective is that SFSC innovators become part of a larger community of SFSC entrepreneurs.
In order to receive a certificate from SMARTCHAIN attesting to your completion of the course, you must complete all activities within 6 weeks of starting the course and you must have a grade of 80% or above on the final quiz.