To assist Fekama in preparing for this change, Fert mobilized two people from Cneap for a 15-day mission to Fekama: Thierry Dedieu, Deputy Secretary General, and Charles Joseph, Project Manager Educational Support and School Organization.
During this mission, the business and skills reference framework, as well as the training and certification (evaluation) frameworks, were reviewed. The challenge is to make the 3rd year known as “in-situ” a real learning environment for students, even though they are not present in the college.
An accompanying document has also been prepared with indicative hourly volumes and pedagogical recommendations to assist college trainers in the implementation of these new standards. Indeed, Fekama’s ambition is to strengthen the support of trainers in the implementation of pedagogical methods that make greater use of students’ reasoning skills and promote learning through role-playing, in particular through educational agricultural exploitation.