The Senior4Sustainability partners have developed the material for the training course for the personnel working with senior citizens and active ageing programmes, under the scope of nature conservation action.
The course will be organized in modules and all the materials and contents will be fully created within the Project partners.
The way it will be delivered will use PR5 as a basis and the training kit will be freely accessible to any person or organization interested in independently replicating the training.
The course will cover basic concepts related to nature conservation, environmental volunteering, senior citizens education and engagement, active ageing, events and human resources management, administration, and communication.
The main objectives of the training is to support to the personnel working in the third- age sector, provide effective and tailored training, promote interdisciplinary cooperation in the development of active ageing programmes, provide a training that will help address social inclusion and non-discrimination of the elderly through innovative and integrated educational and environmental approaches, provide a tailored professional development on issues such as communication, collaboration and exchange among third age workers and developing the competences of third age sector personnel, particularly in motivating senior citizens to take part in learning and in volunteering programmes and International exchanges as an effective means to improve their active engagement in nature conservation.
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Finally, on the 3rd and 4th of July, staff members from each partnership attended the “LTTA-Staff Training Event” in Berlin, where they could exchange ideas and feedback on the training.
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Project No: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000026030