The 2nd Transnational Partners’ Meeting of the Erasmus+ project “Sun in the Age” recently convened on the 3rd and 4th of October at the Goce Delcev University’s Training Center in Štip, Republic of North Macedonia. This project, with partners from Lithuania, Spain, Italy, Germany, Greece, North Macedonia, and Poland, aims to enhance the competences of adult educators in the innovative REMIND (Relaxation, Meditation, Mindfulness) approach, ultimately improving the quality of life for older individuals. The meeting’s agenda was organized into various working packages, including Project Management, Dissemination, Project’s Website, and Quality Evaluation.
On the first day, October 3rd, participants engaged in a Welcome Session, offering an overview of project’s Blended Training Course for Educators and its objectives and the project’s anticipated impacts. The day featured discussions and activities related to the development of training materials’ layout and methodological structure, as well as the creation of teaching content. Partners also enjoyed networking lunch and dinner time organised by Goce Delcev University partners.
On October 4th, participants attended a Project Management-related session during the morning. The day included a study tour of the Novo Selo Village and the city’s archaeological museum.
In short, the 2d Transnational Project Meeting aimed to review the preliminary outcomes of the project and discuss ways to improve them. The meeting provided an opportunity for partners to exchange views and opinions and to make sure that the project continues to meet its targets.
More news and further insights regarding the project, its objectives, partnership, and expected results, you can learn through the project’s 1st Newsletter here.
For updates on the progress and outcomes of “Sun in the Age,” as we move forward with reaching our destination towards a brighter, healthier, and more fulfilling future for our older generation, follow the project’s Facebook page and website.