This course is made up of pre-recorded modules that are available to students that are not able to view the live lectures for the short course.
The course will cover the core concepts of high relevance to the subject of post-harvest losses and food waste management and will help train students, academics and extension professionals to solve critical food security challenges.
The course will encompass 30 to 40 hours of online lectures that will be initially coordinated by Prof. Samir Droby and Dr. Amnon Lichter. The lectures will be given by researchers from the Volcani Center, by lecturers among the Consortium members and other external experts. The course may be incorporated in academic programs at universities in Africa, South America and the US. The course can be used for credit by students as parts of their academic studies, as specified and overseen by their own institutions.