Earlier this week, Digital School of Food and Agriculture launched a free mobile app focussed on delivering high quality education for the Food & Agriculture sector. All courses have been developed alongside industry experts and are delivered completely free to anyone who downloads the app. With this move, the School moves closer towards its goal of widening access to sector specific skills and knowledge.
With one in three people in the global workforce working in the agriculture value chain, a growing global population to feed and unprecedented times for every workforce during the current pandemic, Digital School of Food and Agriculture has launched the app to #KeepTheWorldLearning. Anyone in the sector is free to download the app and start learning without any registration required.
Courses already available on the app include ‘Urban Agriculture’, ‘Agtech’, ‘Agri Finance’ and ‘Organic Agriculture’ and the company promises to deliver more lessons and courses every week. Through the app, learners can also choose to save lessons for quick reference or share them with their network. For learners looking to boost their career as well as their personal development, certificate upgrades are also available for a small fee of US$10.
“Digital School of Food and Agriculture is pushing the boundaries in terms of access and the way people learn,” said Dr Vijayender Nalla, co-founder of Agribusiness Academy, who has supplied learning content as part of the #KeepTheWorldLearning campaign.
Learners can find out more at https://dsofa.org or by searching ‘Digital School Of Food and Agriculture’ on Google Play Store. For more information please contact: Tom Chant, firstname.lastname@example.org