Vocational training platform for current and future generations of a sustainable agri-food sector
Our e-learning platform is a valuable resource for teachers who wish to add additional materials to their courses. For students, it is a free and comprehensive learning source that will help them test their knowledge.
We coordinate learning activities, in the field or at a distance, to enable learners to achieve their objectives. Our ‘cascade’ training system is the result of more than 20 years of development:
Based on 15 years’ experience in the sustainable development of agriculture and agribusiness in ACP countries, 600 references are available in this online resource centre. Training tools on sustainable agricultural practices and production guides are reserved for programme beneficiaries and members of COLEAD.
It's a very informative and user friendly platform for all producers, trainers and everyone in the agricultural production chain.
The offline mode is a plus because it allows experts to continue learning in the absence of an internet connection.
The training opened my mind to familiar areas, health safety and hygiene, and new areas such as organic agriculture and ethical production.
Any professional or student linked to the world of agriculture from the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries.
The platform is completely free of charge.
For any partnership proposal, as a public, private, donor, university or other organization, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you have successfully completed an intermediate or advanced level course, your certificate is available on the course page. You can then print it out.
Each self-study course on our e-learning platform can be downloaded, and you can consult the courses without an internet connection after downloading. The Moodle application also allows you to view your courses offline.
COLEAD's mission is to facilitate and implement all actions allowing, directly and/or indirectly, to increase the contribution of the agricultural sector, and horticulture in particular, to the achievement of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).