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Train the Trainer and Teach the Teacher Programmes of HAS University

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HAS University of Applied Sciences is a reputable provider of in-company and in-university training programmes.

HAS University offers management and technical courses in the domains of:

  • food,
  • nature and
  • agriculture

to develop knowledge and skills.

For who?

The programme is tailor-made ‘Train the trainer’ or ‘Teach the teacher’ for teachers, advisors or management at more academic or vocational level.

High-impact learning experience

Moreover, HAS University is able to help you to create the connection between education, business and government. Our education is up-to-date, project-focussed and based on real-life challenges. This approach offers a win-win situation for all three parties since participants do not only learn to run a project but doing so resolve a problem or challenge for the company. For them it is a high-impact learning experience.

Educational methods

We facilitate these learning experiences by applying different educational methods, including Problem-Based Learning (PBL), project-focussed education, excursions, internships, learning by asking questions, ‘flipping the classroom’, etc.

Tailor-made programme

In consultation with you, we’ll design a programme of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 15 days locally and/or at the university.

What others say about the programme

Adviseur

ir. A.M.L. (Anouk) van Rossum

Adviseur


E: A.Rossum@has.nl

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Program Manager

Esther Vennekens

Program Manager Business Management in Agriculture and Food


E: E.Vennekens@has.nl

T: +31 (0)88-8903879

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“Thank you for amazing possibility to learn your approaches to studying process in a Dutch university”

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Nataliia Bozhko

Teacher at Sumy National Agrarian University - Ukraine

“When I returned to my university we had expanded meeting where I made a report about our course and there were a lot of different questions, so my colleagues and directors have things to think about. I consult colleagues how to practice PBL and blended learning in particular.”

Anastasiia Shevchenko

Teacher at National University of food technologies in Kyiv - Ukraine