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Seniors Go Digital

Seniors go digital – Promoting inclusive strategies for disadvantaged seniors is a project targeted on the adults 60+ (seniors) retired, unemployed, marginalised, in rural areas, with few opportunities, low-skilled etc.

Project aims are:

  • to offer disadvantaged seniors’ opportunities to acquire, re-skill or up-skill their digital competences to be able to become active citizens and socially included in the digital world.
  • to support systemically active ageing, access, social inclusion, participation, and personal development through the use of the digitalized learning eco-system, as well as through the e-services, e-governance, e-participation and e-communication provided in each partner country.
  • to upgrade the LLL opportunities provided by adult organisations, as well as enhance the teaching material and resources used to meet the needs of senior citizens.

One of the outputs is an online tool available in English, Greek, Swedish, Bulgarian and Italian on this website:

Available courses are computer basics and problem solving, communication and collaboration, safety, digital content creation, information and data literacy.


Access date: 04.12.2020


The main objective of the SILVER project is to create and implement a distance training which would help to improve skills and employability of people over 50 years old. Project´s mission is to support the discussion with all the relevant stakeholders (employers, training institutions, career advisors), to identify the constraints of seniors in access to qualification and employment and expand the lifelong learning and “silver economy” concepts in companies and training organizations.

The primary objective of the project is to improve qualifications and competences of 50+ people by creating and implementing an innovative training. To create a training which will match the requirements of this target group, they conducted a research and discussed it with relevant stakeholders and seniors.
The training should help people over 50 years old to become more confident when looking for a job or when trying to (re)integrate on the labour market.


Access date: 04.12.2020