http://www.eaea.org/kuvat/eaea_yp_2005-04.gif"Learning in later life -In the context of an ageing society young and old are more and more faced with new learning needs of older adults and vice versa. Older adults- even if they are not willing to learn-are forced to cope with the changes of modern life to keep social contacts. It brings chances and challenges, but also risks and threats for young and old.. This is a complete new challenge to adult educators, teachers, trainers, facilitators, as well as to learners and students from all ages. Special competencies are therefore needed.
Trainers: Jim Soulsby. Jim has worked in the field of learning in later life for over 20 years. Working with NIACE (National Institute for Adult Continuing Education), Jim developed international interest in specialist educational opportunities for older people. Prior his work at NIACE Jim was based at the University of Central Lancashire. He is currently the development coordinator for the Association for Education and Ageing (AEA) and also facilitates or advises on a range of older learners initiatives. Jumbo Klercq He is since 1989 active in transnational projects and is senior development officer for Odyssee, Vice-president of EAEA and second secretary of ICIP. He was coordinator of the European Education Network (EEN) and the Pan-European Forum of Education for the Elderly (PEFETE) .He was involved in the training of trainers project in many countries.
Details: Deadline for applications to the National Agencies is MIDDLE OF JANUARY 2010  Intergenerational cooperation", MAY 5-9, 2010, Larnaka City, Cyprus.
Contact: Klitos Symeonides, President of the Cyprus Adult Education Association (seminar-course manager), email: klitossy@cytanet.com.cy. In order to apply for funds to cover the expenses, you need a letter of acceptance from the seminar manager.