A-Learn – active ageing learning community (2012-2014)
The main project aim is to provide 60+ with the skills needed to cope with ageing thus remaining active for a longer time in society, community, employment and learning. Objectives are: to develop an Active Ageing Learning Community where 60+ will learn how to age actively in terms of their health, physical and cognitive ability, social communication and intergenerational solidarity, and will be supported by 16-35 age group both in learning and practice; to develop learning modules in Health Self-Management, ICT for Social Networking and Intergenerational Volunteering; to use ICT for learning purposes and to practise ICT skills for social inclusion and personal fulfillment; to introduce an intergenerational approach to active ageing learning; to raise awareness of young and old generations about active ageing and its benefits; to strengthen the cooperation of training providers, regional development agencies, seniors' organizations and decision makers in relation to active ageing learning and practising. to transfer knowledge and experience in active ageing across Europe. Partners: Technical University of Gabrovo, Bulgaria; Age Action Ireland; Asociacion Provinicial de Pensionistas y Jubilados de A Coruna, Spain; Patto Territoriale Oristano Soc. Cons. Italy; Universidade da Coruna, Spain; Universitaet Ulm, Germany.
Files to download
- A-Learn Need Analysis_en.pdf