Online courses of Polish FADN
Currently, 10 e-Learning courses are available on the e-Learning platform. e-Learning courses are available only in Polish language. The course “General Rules and Objectives of FADN” is publically available and can be viewed as a demo version (no login required).
General Rules and Objectives of FADN
This course is available to the public only in the Polish language.
Course reveals the nature, objectives and rules of the FADN, both in the European Union, as well as in Poland. The course gives an opportunity to deepen knowledge about the Polish FADN source documents, which are used to collect accountancy data from farms and the products produced annually under the Polish FADN. The course allows also to get familiar with the basic principles and criteria for classification of farms in accordance with the Community Typology of Agricultural Holdings. Additionally, the course explains the key concepts related to agricultural accounting. Knowledge gained in this course, you can test and strengthen through interesting, interactive exercises.
Book of Receipts and Expenditure
This course focuses on the proper recording of receipts and expenditure in farm accounting books and shows thematic links of receipts and expenditure with other events on the farm.
List of Assets and Liabilities and List of Selected Assets and Liabilities
This course is dedicated to the recording of assets and liabilities of the farm. It teaches how to record particular resources and liabilities of the agricultural holding in the tables. It also realizes the need for accurate and complete recording of the assets of the farm at the beginning and the end of the year.
General rules for determining of the sample of agricultural holdings
This course provides with knowledge on how to create selection plan and how to select farms for the sample of farms in Polish FADN. You can also partake in the simulated conversation with a farmer whose farm is going to be selected for the FADN.
Community Typology for Agricultural Holdings
In this course you will learn the objectives and rules, as well as basic notions operating within CTAH according to the latest modifications introduced from 2021. You will also get instructions on the calculations of Standard Output coefficients for crop and livestock activities, as well as how to determine the economic size and the type of farming of agricultural holding using them.
Book of Events in Agricultural Holding
The course prepares for the correct and self-fulfillment of the Book of Events in Agricultural Holding (BEAH). Explains the basic rules for recording of a non-financial events that take place at a farm during the accounting year. In particular, indicates the accuracy and scope of data required in BEAH. After completing the course each participant will know both, the logical relationships between tables of BEAH, as well as between the different log books to collect source data from individual farms.
The course is designed for both advisors and farmers. It presents basic information on the Individual Report: the purpose of its creation, its structure, contents of tables. In addition, explains the main terms used in the report, and provides several examples explaining the most complicated issues. There are exercises on top of everything which are designed to test and strengthen acquired knowledge.
The course is addressed to both advisors and farmers. It contains important information about the Farm Comparison Report: its characteristics, how to create it description of particular tables. The course contains a series of exercises designed to test knowledge and strengthen skills.
This course is designed for advisors supervising the Polish FADN and advising farmers in financial analysis and for farmers keeping accounting books for Polish FADN. By participation in this course, you can acquire practical skills: assessment of changes that have occurred in farm activities (resources of means of production, inputs, quantitative results, financial (income) results) in the course of 5 years of participation in FADN and rapid assessment of changes in the economic situation of the agricultural holdings.