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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Who are we?

VHL University of Applied Sciences provides training and consultancy services in human resource and organisational development by generating and transfer of innovative knowledge and management skills for rural and environmental development, the agri-chain-businessand professional education.

Our team of dedicated trainers/teachers and consultants, has successfully executed training and supported activities in various projects all over the world (e.g. Vietnam, P.R. China, Benin, Rwanda, South Africa, Mozambique).

Besides, various project partners have sent their staff to our regular or tailor made courses in the Netherlands, making use of the NUFFIC NFP-NPT scholarship programme.

Would you like to expand your agribusiness activities? 

Are you interested in curriculum development at your University or even the development of a joint course with VHL University of Applied Sciences? Do you need advice on how to refresh the key knowledge of your staff? Do you want to start a project on professional education in your country or sector?

It is our challenge to help you and your staff to be successful! 

Contact about joining a project with us or about our present projects?

Please send your questions or proposals to info@vhluniversity.com

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Training European Funding Opportunities

Training Successful Exploitation of European Funding Opportunities

17-01-2017 • Last week the training ’Successful Exploitation of European Funding Opportunities’ took place at Van Hall Larenstein. Participants gained know-how of creating the partnerships for a European research project and to develop a successful proposal.  read more

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A good preparation for an international career

Joris Baars, student Disaster Recovery Management during internship

Joris Baars is a third year student of International Development Management and he is specialising in Disaster Risk Management. What appealed to him most, was the international character of this study.  read more

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