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Upstreem - University & ProfeSsional TRaining Engineering to Enhance eMployability


With this online training course you will learn about the main concerns in training course engineering.

You will discover the interest of this approach to building or renovating training, and the major steps that can be taken to ensure that training is adapted to the needs of the job market. Although these approaches and tools have been sufficiently developed in the context of continuing education or technical and vocational training, they are still rare in higher education, whose actors are nevertheless increasingly questioning its role in the professionalization of students.

This training session has been created as part of the AsiFood project as part of the program called Erasmus+ "Capacity building". The 13 project partners, including 5 European universities, three Thai universities and three Vietnamese universities and 2 Cambodian universities have worked to professionalize their training programs and practices.

The financial backing for the project has been provided by the European Union's « Erasmus + » programme. The European Commission has an active policy for cooperation in education (higher education in particular) and training with non-European Union (EU) countries, with five main priorities:

The responsibility for the overall coordination of the project lies with the Montpellier SupAgro Department : DEFIS (Development, Expertise, Training and Agricultural Engineering for southern countries) based at the Institute for Higher Education in Tropical and Sub-Tropical Agri-Food Sciences (IRC).

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Course Objectives :

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Contents : two ways to use online resources

1) You can follow the course sequence by sequence :

2) You can also navigate from one sequence to another by clicking on the titles in the arrow below (it is recommended to previously attend at least the sequences 0 and 1) :

The key steps to optimize the impact of a training

Links to module Professionalisation in higher educationLinks to module Develop the overall program curriculum and build teaching unitsLinks to module Methods and Active Pedagogy (MAPE)Links to module Analyze the jobs and skills expected Links to module Understanding the socio-economic context Links to module Understand the institutional and academic context
Click on titles to access the modules
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Project Manager Laurent Roy - DEFIS Engineer (Development, Expertise, Training and Training Course Design for the South) of Montpellier SupAgro, Head of food projects.

Pedagogy :
Carole Lambert
Christophe Lesueur
Frédéric Lhoste
Frédéric Mens
Jérôme Thonnat

Digital design
Sarah Clerquin
Julien Rose

Audiovisual production
Thierry Delaunay
Jean-Louis Porreye
Edgar Santander

Elie Ly-Kok

Géraldine Aumasson
Aurélie Chassagne
Heidi Despinoy
Mélanie Duppi
Sylvia Guglielmi
Isabel Martin-Grande
Marie-Laure Navas
Myriam Perez Dumoulin
Léo Pichon
Fabien Prévot

Translations (English)
Elaine Bonnier
Danielle Mornet