Agricultural engineering - lecture series on inclusion
The Agricultural Engineering Institute deals with the current socio-technical trends and industrial innovations in horticulture. In order to achieve an inclusive society and due to the shortage of helpers and skilled workers, the inclusion of people with disabilities in horticulture is pursued in a socially sustainable manner. This takes place in particular through a skill-oriented assignment of work and a humane workplace design, which is lived as inclusive, handicapped and age-appropriate and gender-specific, within the framework of the current technical and organizational possibilities at company level.
We invite you to the online lecture evening 'Inclusion of people with disabilities in working life in the age of digital transformation - socially sustainable?' At the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 4 p.m.
The topic is examined from the perspective of science, industry and practice. Speakers are Dip. Beh. Ped. Florian Burger, Manuela Ostermeier (M. Eng.), Assoc. Prof. Dr. DI Elisabeth Quendler MSc and DI Michael Spitzhirn. The evening will end with a discussion.
The detailed program can be found hier.
All interested parties are very welcome! We look forward to your participation!
Please register by February 12, 2021 at firstname.lastname@example.org