C.H.A.N.G.E.R.S.-2.0 project aims to develop targeted training materials for rural seniors to improve their access to adult learning opportunities on specific topics which can help them fight against climate change and energy poverty, and contribute to sustainability such as energy efficiency, sustainability in households and adaptation to climate change.
The main results will be a set of training materials tailored for seniors and translated to the languages of the project partners. The project will also create related methodology and toolkits for the successful implementation of the knowledge transfer.
The project will lead 4 Work Packages (WPs)
The project addresses senior citizens (65+ seniors) in rural areas and in general, since they often fall out from the scope of the available training opportunities by living in the countryside or having lower IT skills.
Moreover, the project also aims at:
1. Further agents who can directly reach out to seniors, such as NGOs and other organizations working with senior citizens especially in rural areas, staff members of local and regional municipalities, and adult educators in general.
2. Younger generations in terms of transgenerational learning.