Adults over 50 years of age will be able to acquire and strengthen key skills thanks to the KK50+ project

The European project “Key Competences for People 50+” focuses on the theme of key competences, taking into account the needs of people over 50 years of age. Key competences are those competences that every person needs for self-fulfillment and personal development, employment, social inclusion, sustainable lifestyle, successful living in peaceful societies, healthy life management and active citizenship.

Its main objective is to increase access to the acquisition and strengthening of key skills, taking into account the specificity of people over 50 years of age. To achieve this, a series of specific objectives have been established:

Expand access to individualized education programs for people over 50 years of age, taking into account the specificity and needs of these people.
Support the development of key skills among people over 50 years of age in the countries participating in the project.
Strengthen the competences of the technical staff and organizers of adult education in the EU, providing them with free and high-quality materials that support the process of training people over 50 years of age in the field of key competences.

The partners that make up this project are Deinde Sp. z o. or. from Poland, Institut Saumurois de la Communication from France, Stiftelsen Mangfold i arbeidslivet (MiA) from Norway and Inercia Digital from Spain.

The main participants in the project are people who will be involved in the work of the project, that is, participants in partner meetings and people involved in the development of the results of intellectual work.

Participation of these people in the project is expected to improve their knowledge, skills, competencies and attitudes.