|20.10.2017 : Romania
Born in 1993 in Romania Ioan Matei Purcarea studied first at the Romanian American University (RAU) and after that at the Carol Davila University (both Bucarest). He then took his chance to use in 2014 Erasmus+ for four months to study at the Novancia Business School Paris/France and went as a trainee in 2015 to IF Conseil & Innovation, Saint Marlo/France.
Ioan Matei colloborated in Romania with several magazines to place his academic papers. In 2016 and 2017 he also presented his research at SCM4ECR - being at the photo from that Conference ( see also Link News at www.european-retail-academy.org ) together with Ruediger Hagedorn/ Consumer Goods Forum .
|20.09.2017 : New Trainee
For many years students from Kuivaniemi, Rovaniemi and Oulu (all Finland) supported the Site-Management of ERA (see also EUCVOT news from March 2017/August 2016).
Now Trang Pham from Vietnam via her foreign studies in Finland becomes the new ERA exchange trainee (CV Trang). Her focus will be to push the new Thematic University Network Food and to broaden contacts with Asia.
|20.08.2017 : LifeLongLearning
The Education and Qualification Alliance (EQA) together with the European Retail Academy (ERA) is developing a set of programs for lifelonglearning along the Total Supply Chain Food.
A new Thematical University Network together with Colleges and Training Institutions will implant those courses: more about it at the SubSite (Link). It will become step by step a multi-lingual Site to be followed worldwide!
|20.07.2017 : Teaching Material II
The World Food Preservation Center hints to the fact that one third of food harvested worldwide is lost before it is consumed!
WFPC proposes therefore especially for secondary / vocational schools in developing countries agricultural education curricula giving attention to post-harvest principles and best practices.
|10.06.2017 : Teaching Material I
FAO is currently developing educational materials on the issue of food waste. A Basic Module and five Add-on Modules are available for four different age-groups; additionally a teaching guide offers instructions and suggestions for a wide range of learning exercises and project activities.
The campaign is currently implemented at pilot scale in schools in Italy, UK and France. The European Retail Academy is supporting FAO and Save Food as well as the World Food Preservation Center.