Grandis XXI. – Vocational Education for Elderly Care in the 21st century

GRANDIS XXI. project aims to develop a competence-based, modular training programme (competence map, curriculum and learning materials) for formal and informal caregivers. It will empower them with advanced health literacy and tailored digital competencies, with special ICT skills in using eHealth technologies like smart devices, social alarms, wristbands, and special tele-diagnostic tools installed in the home. They will be able to manage, mentor and facilitate activities of elderly people in virtual communities through using ICT-based communication and online learning tools.

The project ended successfully and owing to its results and quality was awarded as Best Quality Project by the Hungarian National Agency Tempus Public Foundation. The awarding ceremony took place on13th October 2020 during the conference Borderless Effect held by the Foundation online. Here stands a video that was shot to summerize the project for the event.

ERASMUS  Strategic Partnership, 2016-1-HU01-KA202-023044
Participant countries: Hungary, UK, Ireland, France, Spain
Duration: 1.10.2016 - 30.06.2019.




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We just received the news, that Grandis project was selected for award by the Hungarian National Agency - Tempus Foundation!
Thanks for the great collaboration of the partnership!

At the end of July, 2019 a total of 68 learners – caretakers mostly involved in elderly care -completed the course in it’s pilot phase from all the partner countries, of which 18 caretakers were fr

Demographic changes, caregivers in the 21st century, digital presence, usage of devices over 65, positive aspects of ageing, smart devices and artificial intelligence were highlighted by the partne

Having had the objectives of the project specified, the partners gathered again for the 4th time in order to proceed the project.

The third project meeting took place in Dublin, on 23–24 November 2017 with the participation of the partners: Számalk, Corvus and Prompt from Hungary, Aston University from England, ICS from Irela

Second meeting of the project was held on 21-22 June 2017 in Birmingham (United Kingdom).