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KA1 Course: Cinema for Active Ageing

Enviado por Márcia Silva hace 3 años 1 mes

De Domingo 23 Abril 2017 hasta Sábado 6 Mayo 2017
Lisboa
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Course Summary

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Cinema for Active Ageing course enables staff or volunteers working in the field of adult and later life learning from any public or private organisation to became familiar with the training methodology and tools that will allow older learners to shoot their own films about active ageing based on their self-reflection concerning the issues of old age and identification of adequate active ageing strategies.

Decreasing fertility rates and rising life expectancy have created drastic demographic changes in Europe. The ageing population can be seen as a success of public health policies and socio-economic development, but it also challenges society to develop the health and well-being of older people as well as ensuring their security and social participation.

Active Ageing allows people to realize their potential for physical, social and mental well-being throughout their lives and to participate actively in society, whilst providing them with adequate protection, security and care, all leading to an extended, and healthy, life expectancy.

Older people is being encouraged to acquire new skills and participate in society. Active engagement in cognitively stimulating activities is associated with reinforced memory function, decreased depression and increased life satisfaction.

The course includes 4 Topic and a cinema atelier for the production of the short movie.

 

Target Audience

The course is designed to staff or volunteers working in the field of adult and later life learning from any public or private organisation and which develop their work directly with the elderly. CINAGE course aims to promote Active Ageing that will allow older people to realize their potential for physical, social and mental well-being throughout their lives and to participate actively in society, whilst providing them with adequate protection, security and care, all leading to an extended, and healthy, life expectancy.

 

Objectives

The main objective of the course is to prepare participants to be able to use cinema as a mean for offering exciting training activities for later life learners.

By the end of the course participants will have a comprehensive understanding of the potential use and exploitation of the CINAGE package, which includes:

  • Manual for Learners with information on the 6 training modules developed during the project;
  • Guide for facilitators/trainers with tips on how to implement the proposed activities;
  • Executive summaries on active ageing research and pilot actions already developed;
  • List of the selected 6 European films demonstrating active ageing themes/competencies and supporting fact sheets;
  • 12 CINAGE short films as DVD Pal including supporting fact sheets;
  • 12 situations and strategies to cope with active ageing.

 

Preparation

AidLearn will send to each participant, as soon as he/she is formally registered to the training course, information regarding the site of the training course: how to get there, interesting touristic places to visit, lodging and food, and some Portuguese culture and language tips.

Each participant will prepare a slideshow presentation (PowerPoint or other) to introduce his/her organisation to others and what are the expectative to the training course. This presentation should be sent to AidLearn one week before the training starts.

 

Methodology

The Course will introduce the participants to two topics: active ageing, what needs to be done and learned in order to age actively, and production of short featured films. Both topics and related activities can be successfully integrated in older adult or/and intergenerational education. Writing scripts and producing short featured films are highly appreciated not only by adult educators but also by older learners and adult education providers.

Activities will include presentation of the educational material, sessions on topics such as active ageing and andragogy, screening and debating a variety of short and feature films as well as a cinema atelier for the production of new short films, which will be organized in collaboration with elder local participants.

There will be study visits to places of interest, such as media museum or film studios.

 

Follow-Up

The training course finishes with an evaluation questionnaire regarding the training course and organization. It is created a mailing list with all the participants: learners, trainers and coordinator, and they are encouraged to communicate with each other regarding the professional practice of what they learnt.

The participants are invited to join the AidLearn Facebook page dedicated to the training, so it is possible to everybody maintain contact with the group and with other participants in AidLearn training courses.

 

For more details, please visit Cinema for Active Ageing Webpage

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Tipo de evento: 
Evento de desarrollo profesional
Precio de la inscripción: 
Fecha límite para la inscripción: 
24/03/2017
Evento en Internet: 
No
Organizado por: 
AidLearn is a Training, Research-Action and Consulting company, which operates at national level and the European Union, dedicated to the design, implementation and evaluation of studies, projects and training activities that promote individual and / or organisational development. It has a high quality team, with diverse skills and experience at national and European level in the various areas of its activity; offering you a wide European network! Integrates the Social Network of Lisbon, the Social Network of Portimão, the European Network ForAge (ForAge for the Later-Life Learning Building on European Experience) and the Wings Network (the European Network of Female Entrepreneurship).
Tipo de organizador: 
Otro evento
Datos de contacto: 
For more information, please contact: courses.ka1@aidlearn.pt Keep informed with visits to our website: www.aidlearn.pt Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/AidLearn/
Proyecto europeo número: 
538672-LLP-1-2013-1-PT-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
Cantidad de asistentes: 
< 100
Grupo objetivo: 
Profesores, estudiantes, investigadores de andragogía
Redes y organizaciones dedicadas al aprendizaje de adultos
Profesionales de medios
Tema tratado:
Propósitos y objetivos: 
The main objective of the course is to prepare participants to be able to use cinema as a mean for offering exciting training activities for later life learners.
Resultados de aprendizaje esperados: 
By the end of the course participants will have a comprehensive understanding of the potential use and exploitation of the CINAGE package, which includes: Manual for Learners with information on the 6 training modules developed during the project; Guide for facilitators/trainers with tips on how to implement the proposed activities; Executive summaries on active ageing research and pilot actions already developed; List of the selected 6 European films demonstrating active ageing themes/competencies and supporting fact sheets; 12 CINAGE short films as DVD Pal including supporting fact sheets; 12 situations and strategies to cope with active ageing.
Reconocimiento o certificación de la participación y de los resultados de aprendizaje: 
AidLearn has several innovative and excitant courses resulting of the EU participation in EU projects, a comprehensive experience of work with multicultural environments and a wide European network. AidLearn is a training company accredited by DGERT (a national public body responsible for the quality of vocational training in Portugal) that provides initial and continuous vocational training. AidLearn will provide a certificate of attendance.
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