Tast’Age

Transnational Approach to professional Skills development and vocational Training on better nutrition and prevention of malnutrition in the AGEing population 

TAST’AGE addresses the topic of training professional on the challenge of malnutrition in older people. The goal is to provide professionals working around older people (healthcare professional, medico-social professionals, homecare services) with an adapted training offer and facilitated access to learning resources through a best-practice digital toolbox on the topic of providing a better alimentation, prevention, and solutions to fight against malnutrition in older people aged over 65. 

Project description 

The specific objectives of the project are:  

  1. To provide high quality vocational training to better fight against malnutrition in people over 65;  
  1. To offer open and flexible access to learning and training materials and best practices to improve professional practices;  
  1. Encourage the uptake of digital learning and digital tools in vocational training;  
  1. Encourage transnational and multidisciplinary exchanges between partners of different countries and expertise facing joint challenges. 

Project results 

R1: Design, develop and provide training modules

R2: Implementation of pilot trainings

R3: Develop a best-practice digital toolbox, on the topics of better alimentation, prevention, and solutions to fight against malnutrition in older people aged over 65

Promoter

EURASANTE, France  

Partners

AFEJI HAUTS-DE-FRANCE, France 

APROXIMAR- COOPERATIVA DE SOLIDARIEDADE SOCIAL, CRL, Portugal 

Asociatia Profesionala Neguvernamentala de Asistenta Sociala ASSOC, Romania 

ASOCIATIA EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL INOVATION, Romania 

Xenios Polis. Culture, Science and Action, Greece 

CENTRO SUPERIOR DE FORMACION EUROPA SUR, Spain 

Timeframe

01/09/2022 – 31/08/2025 (36 months) 

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.