The Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) project SEA-ABT will increase the capacities of the Thai universities for delivering modern high quality curricula and Life Long Learning (LLL) in the area of beverage technology. The development of demand-driven courses, modules and related educational products will be using innovative pedagogical approaches and teaching tools for use in higher education (HE) and continuous professional education (CPD).
The developed HE modules are being implemented in a newly developed Graduate Diploma in Beverage Technology & Management.
Tentative curriculum of the Graduate Diploma in Beverage Technology (currently in the process of approval by the Thailand Higher Education System) will be available at Kasetsart University in collaboration with King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang and Chulalongkorn University. The foreseen start date is 2019. Further information on admission can be found in the link below. Information on registration will be available soon:
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The developed CPD modules that are being implemented and supported by ICT teaching tools are:
You can find more information about the curriculum and the training modules at https://www.sea-abt.eu/sites/sea-abt.eu/files/download/58/Brochure_SEA-ABT_2017-10.pdf.
For the sustainable collaboration in HE and CPD, within the 3-year project the partners will establish an independent joint Academy for Beverage Technology - with hubs in Thailand and in the EU - to manage training and continuous exchange of best practice between the Thai and European partners.
The consortium consists of 9 partners and is coordinated by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria (BOKU). The remaining partners are Hochschule Geisenheim, Germany (HGU); University of Teramo, Italy (UNITE); ISEKI-Food Association, Austria (IFA); Chualongkorn University, Thailand (CU); Kasetsart University, Thailand (KU); King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand (KMITL); Patkol Public Company Limited, Thailand (PATKOL); and Habla-Chemie GmbH, Germany (HABLA). Besides these, the consortium also includes two associated partners namely the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG) and the European University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN).
For full descriptions of the partners and associated contact persons, please see https://www.sea-abt.eu/project/consortium.