ABOUT PROJECT

Tools for continuous development

The main objective of this Erasmus+ KA2 project is to develop quality courses/educational programmes for older people and deliver them through an online platform developed in the frame of this project.

The end users of these courses/educationalprogrammes are learners aged 50+ who would like to better understand their position in society, discover their European identity and individual ways of active ageing or would like to continue improving their language skills for better communicating and remaining integrated in society.

The two-year project will provide an array of blended courses/educational programmes. Using new technologies, older learners will be able to study at their own pace. They will have access to quality older adult education allowing them to keep up with the development of new technologies while improving their knowledge, language and communication skills and confidence.

Inspirational specialised courses/educational programmes taking into account older learners’ needs, experience and aspirations will encourage older learners to either validate their experientially acquired knowledge or to acquire/ construct new knowledge in tune with contemporary social developments and needs. Moreover, they will improve their foreign language skills for travelling, meeting new people, places and cultures.

It's essential to keep moving, learning and evolving for as long as you're here and this world keeps spinning

Rasheed Ogunlaru

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