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Built in 2013 as one of the main outputs of the European founded project BROWSE the platform was developed through the collaboration of all the partners of the consortium as well as the involvement of stakeholders along all the entire process. The final version was than scientifically evaluated by the University of Newcastle involving a selected group of stakeholders and likely users. Feedbacks of this evaluation have been used for the implementation of final adjustments that have been finalised in September 2014. To have more information about stakeholder involvement and the scientific evaluation please visit www.browseproject.eu or contact us.
The training platform about the Sustainable use of Plant Protection Products aims to collect and discuss the most efficient and scientifically sound training and communication materials about sustainability in the use of the plant protection product.
Farmers (either operators or workers) are the main target although the platform is designed also as a tool to keep contact and build network with the main national and European authorities (public regulators, private companies, non-governmental organizations,…).
Through this section farmers will be able to easily access to the best on line available training material having also the possibility to actively participate building personalised training program, making comments and feedbacks. On the other hand national and European authorities will have the possibility also to upload material, share experiences and get useful inputs for the improvement of the training programme currently available in their own countries.
Please visit the openTEA platform for more information