The FAO E-Learning Academy, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, was presented on June 18, in an online event with participants from all over the world, with UTAD being represented by the Vice-Rector for Planning and Internationalization . This Academy offers more than 300 free courses, in several languages, working on an e-learning or, in some cases, blended learning regime, with the contribution of more than 200 partner organizations. The courses are aimed at very different audiences, including policy makers, researchers, university students, technicians from public, private or third sector entities, and are aligned with the United Nations Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, seeking to respond to development knowledge and skills in very different subjects, such as food security, food losses and wastes, climate change, natural resource management, gender issues, child labor, among many others. All training is certified.

The catalog can be consulted at https://elearning.fao.org.