The Collective Knowledge Programme (CKP) is developing a series of seven microlearning modules on feed safety culture.
A microlearning module shares basic knowledge about animal feed in an accessible way. Companies can use them as a refresher course or to train new employees. The modules last no more than ten minutes, can be completed anywhere, at any time and contain lots of practical examples.
The most important goal of the series is raising awareness. Participants learn what it means to take account of feed safety. Through various exercises, cases and examples, they reflect on their actions and are inspired to consciously contribute to the feed safety cultures within their organisations. The first microlearning demonstrated the impact of feed safety; the second described common hazards for feed safety. The third microlearning module is aimed at all managers who work in the feed industry. They learn what the necessary conditions are for a feed safety culture and how they themselves can contribute to securing those conditions. They also learn how to navigate the most common pitfalls in managing animal feed. The micro-learning module is available in Dutch, English, German, Spanish and Polish.
This series of microlearning modules is being developed in partnership with the GMP+ Academy’s CKP. Feed experts from big names in the industry (AB Agri, De Heus, Trouw Nutrition and Veravis) pool their knowledge and experience in order to share information about feed safety culture with the world.
The GMP+ Academy was launched in July 2021 by GMP+ International and leading international training institutes. The goal of the GMP+ Academy is to collect knowledge and share it with the worldwide feed safety chain. The platform also offers professionals from the chain the opportunity to talk to one another.